Hello DIY lovers! Are you ready for some inspiring DIY winter accessories ideas? Winter is right around the corner so it is officially time to start planning some winter outfits for the upcoming season. If you want to look stylish, you must remember the rule that accessories are everything when you need to add some glam to your look. Well, when it comes to winter accessories, hats, gloves, earmuffs, and knitted scarves are everything. In this article, we are sharing with you some adorable DIY winter accessories ideas that you can try. These are all inexpensive ideas on how to keep yourself stylish and warm during the winter cold. So, don’t wait anymore. Scroll down the page and explore these DIY winter accessories ideas that we have selected for you. Try them and share your experience with us. Enjoy!
1. Easy Cable Knit Skirt – A wardrobe refashion
This is one of those DIY winter accessories ideas that you should not miss at all. The project is about repurposing an old sweater and transforming it into a fashionable cable knit skirt. Here are the needed supplies for the project:
- A cable sweater
- An old ribbed t-shirt/top or ribbed fabric
- 1″ wide elastic
- Sewing machine
- General sewing supplies like scissors, thread, and pins
How to do the cutting process:
- First, cut the bottom half of the cable knit sweater off just under the arms. Do it carefully so you do not pull or stretch whilst handling or stitches may unravel.
- In order to get the perfect waist band, the best is to use an unwanted woolen ribbed top. All you have to do is to cut the waistband off and then cut a 4″ wide band from the body.
- Measure the elastic around your waist. Once you do it, you can sew both ends of the band together.
How to do the sewing process:
- Once you have cut the waistband, fold it in half. Then, sandwich the elastic in between the waistband. Slip the waistband and elastic over with the right side of the cable knit facing out.
- Pin the waistband in place. Sew the edges and slowly remove pins as you go. Feed the bulky knit through evenly. Use 2 needles and 4 threads if you have one.
Ready? You are done!
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6. DIY fingerless mittens out from an old sweater
Mittens and gloves are one of those winter accessories that we can’t live without. They keep your hands warm. But, what about having to take them off anytime you need to answer the phone or check your mailbox? Sounds too bad, right? Well, we are sharing with you some DIY winter accessories ideas that will solve this problem forever. These DIY fingerless mittens are what you need for a stylish winter. For this project, you will need an old sweater.
Here are the steps:
- First, cut the sleeves off the sweater.
- Turn the sleeve inside out and fold 1inch of the cut edge. Pin, and then use a sewing machine or needle and thread sew it.
- Then hem the edge.
- Place your hand inside the sleeve and then pin the fabric between your thumb and index finger. Using a thread and needle sew the thumbhole.
- Repeat the steps with the second glove.
- Voila, you are done. You are ready for the upcoming winter.
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17. Do It Yourself: Fur Ear Muffs
Do you want to keep your ears warm during winter? Then, you will adore exploring our DIY winter accessories ideas so far. In this one, we are sharing with you how to DIY your own ear muffs. Here are the needed materials for the project:
- Faux fur
- Popsicle sticks
- Fabric scissors
- First, trace around a cup so that you get the perfect shape for your faux fur ear muff.
- Then, using the fabric scissors cut the faux fur.
- Seal the ear muffs using fabric glue.
- Then, glue a Popsicle stick onto the end of the headband. Insert the headband into the faux fur.
- Once done, add the next layer of faux fur to cover the glue.
- Sandwich the headband between these two layers.
- Repeat the same procedure with the other ear muff.
- Voila, you are ready for a stylish and warm winter.