In many parts of the country, it’s still very warm outside, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a head start on your cold-weather knitting projects. Some knitting projects require lots of time to complete and if you want to gift your friends and family with your projects this holiday season, now’s the perfect time to get your knitting needles and yarn out. Here are some ideas for fun knitting projects.
Start this project now so when it gets bone-chillingly cold outside, you can wrap your feet in these slippers and stay cozy by the fireplace.
Blankets are one of the easiest things to knit, but they take a lot of time. Who wouldn’t want to be bundled up in one of these come winter time?
Use your leftover yarn to make colorful mittens your whole family will enjoy once the temperatures drop and the snow starts to fall. If you’re feeling generous, make some for charity.
Cowls will keep you nice and warm during the winter months and they also make great gifts. Make a few in different colors to match all your winter jackets!
If you can’t wait until Christmas and want to get into the spirit early, this is the perfect project for you. Knit your stockings first and if you have time, embroider holiday patterns like Christmas trees or snowflakes onto them for a personal touch.