Posts Tagged ‘cowl’
This contributor post was written by Beth of Parsimonia.
For those of us in the four-season states, the temperatures are really starting to drop! I finally broke out my mittens, scarves, hats and other cold-weather accoutrements this week, thus adding a whole new level of accessories to my wardrobe. But, I have to be honest: There are several pieces I acquired years ago that I know aren’t going to see the glint of snow. Just like most women, my tastes change with the seasons, but replacing winter wear always seems a bit more expensive. So instead of browsing online stores, I’ve been hitting the blogsophere for ideas, and these five DIYs are just the ticket for keeping me (and you!) warm, head to toe.
(above) Sew Your Own Mittens by A Beautiful Mess
DIY Leg Warmers by Split the Lark
Snowy Day Hat Pattern by See Kate Sew
Long Pom Pom Cowl via Purl Soho
Yellow Bow Ear Warmer by Delia Creates
(Note that tutorial is for personal, not commercial, use)
I can’t seem to get enough! Here are more warm lovelies my eye has spied to keep you toasty as you gear up for extended family time and Black Friday camp outs. Your bed head will look that much more darling + presentable with one of these headbands adorning “the nest,” as some might call it. Handknit by Cristin Rae, you’ll find some perfect fall hues (think butterscotch + cranberry!) that will carry you through til the flowers bloom again.
Check the collection at Cristin Rae Knitwear on Etsy now.
Speaking of holiday photo opps, I’m just going to put it out there: wouldn’t a family photo featuring cozy cowls, like the ones headlining the Little Birdie Design Studio, just look darling? Casual yet stunning, the hand knit pieces in this shop will leave you with warm fuzzies and good memories. You’ll even find something comfy + toasty for your canine friend! And say cheese to this, 10% off for all Papernstitch readers with promo code PNSFAN.