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11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More


11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More

When it comes to Christmas gift idea, handmade items are always popular. The fact that you took the time and energy to create the perfect Christmas gift is not lost on the recipient. There is also the acknowledgement that you took the extra time to pick out materials and find the appropriate supplies to create the gift. Before you start writing up your Christmas gift list, consider using your craft skills and creating your own DIY gifts for Christmas.

There are so many options for gift ideas and to some, it’s overwhelming to come up with a gift that is both practical and fun. Look no further than the projects featured in 11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More. Create hats, personalized shirts, scarves and more with help from this free eBook. You don’t have to be a master sewer or a champion knitter either – these projects are perfect for crafters at any skill level.

Inside the pages of this 28 page eBook, you’ll find sewn scarves, paper hats, crocheted jewelry and so much more. If you love to dress up for the season, you can make hats for Christmas that are inspired by Santa and even the elves! Yes, there’s even a Christmas elf hat for you to make! Learn how to make a Santa hat using a loom and put your knitting skills to the test. Or, create a crocheted necklace that features mini ornaments! What’s great about Christmas wearables is that you can tailor them to fit anyone’s personality. There are also DIY gifts for Christmas that other people can wear and love even when the holidays are over.

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Hats for Christmas: Easy Peasy Elf Hat

Santa gets all the attention during the holiday season. Celebrate the unsung heroes of the season by creating a Christmas elf hat! For this project, upcycle a pair of leggings and add fun embellishments like pom poms to give it a touch of excitement. If you love to sew, then you’ll love this easy hat pattern! Hats for Christmas don’t get much cuter than this! In just five easy steps, you’ll have a cute topper for Christmas morning!



Hats for Christmas: Toddler Winter Hat Tutorial

Not every Christmas hat has to evoke popular characters from the season. If you plan on celebrating a white Christmas, try a project for Christmas that is both fun and practical. All you need for this project is polar fleece, a needle and some thread. You don’t even need a sewing machine! Make a couple of hats in festive colors and give them to all of your favorite little ones. Playing in the snow during the holidays is one of the most fun activities for kids but no one likes frozen, cold ears!


Hats for Christmas: Santa Claus Hat

Looking for a fun afternoon activity during the holiday season? Gather up the kids and dig into your collection of construction paper for this Santa hat craft. This might not be the most professional-looking project, but it’s so much fun to make and will serve as a great accessory in your home during the holiday season. Follow the tutorial and learn how to fold the construction paper to create a hat. That’s right; you don’t even need scissors for this Christmas Santa hat! Add cotton balls to your hat and wear it with pride.



Hats for Christmas: Loom Knitted Santa Hats

Are you a fan of knitting with a loom? If so, then you’ll have a great time making your own Christmas Santa hats. This project is actually really easy to follow if you have the necessary knitting skills. Use red and white yarn to create a warm and toasty beany that can be given to everyone from kids to grandparents. Because these hats for Christmas don’t require any added embellishments, you can wear them all year long –they’ll never go out of style!


Hats for Christmas: Stocking Hat

Keep your head warm and look great at the same time. What’s great about this project is that it can be tailored to fit anyone’s taste. If you have someone of your list that loves Christmas, choose a red and white patterned fabric. If you’re making the hat for someone that is a little less effusive with their holiday spirit, chose a solid colored fabric in a neutral color. Once the fabric is chosen, you can begin to sew that hat. It’s up to you if you want to add some special elements to your hat, include a cuff and a puff on top of the hat.


11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More

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DIY Christmas Scarves: Fleece Scarf with Pom Poms

Who doesn’t love fun holiday activities like playing in the snow and ice skating? One problem, however, is that to enjoy these activities, you have to be in a cold climate. Don’t let your friends and loved ones get caught in the cold! Make them a cute fleece scarf and add pom poms to make it extra special. Whether you choose festive fabrics or stick with a solid, your gift is sure to impress this season. Make a matching scarf for yourself – you know you want to!



DIY Christmas Scarves: Fleece Fringed Scarf

DIY gifts for Christmas don’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Sewn projects for Christmas are fun to make, especially if you need to make a couple extra gifts in a short period of time. Make a circle scarf out of fleece and capitalize on a growing trend. The elastic center makes it fully adjustable and the fringe adds a fun, unexpected element.



DIY Christmas Scarves: Santa Scarf

You’ve learned how to make a Christmas Santa hat, now make a Santa scarf to complete the set! DIY gifts for Christmas don’t get much cuter than this! Fleece and felt help bring this sewn craft to life. Kids will love showing off their homemade Santa scarf and will want to wear it all year long!



11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More

Download your copy of 11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More.



Jewelry Projects for Christmas: Crochet Button Bracelet

Make a cute jewelry craft for the fashionistas on your list! This project is perfect for crafters who are short on time or constantly on the go. All you need is some thread, a small crochet hook and some leftover buttons. Even if you aren’t a crochet expert, you can still make a pretty and cute bracelet. In fact, you only need to know the chain stitch.




Jewelry Projects for Christmas: Furry Ornament Necklace

Who doesn’t love to celebrate the Christmas season with a fun and festive wearable? There’s always that one person on your list that goes all out during the holiday season. Indulge their love for the season with your own DIY Christmas gifts and make a crocheted necklace that’s covered in ornaments! Use fur yarn, metallic thread and mini ornaments to create this fun piece. This is the ideal project for Christmas if you like to crochet.


11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More

Download your copy of 11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More.



DIY Christmas Wearables: Foot and Hands Reindeer Shirt

Trace a toddler’s hand and feet on brown felt but don’t tell them what you’re making. On Christmas morning, present your creation and watch his or her face light up at the site of their personalized shirt! DIY gifts for Christmas con sometimes go unappreciated by kids, but this one is sure to excite them! Add ribbon, hearts and other embellishments to make it even more special.



Delight everyone on your list and make a little something for yourself! Use paper, fabric, thread, buttons and more to create fun, festive and frugal Christmas wearables for everyone on your list. Whether you need a scarf for a friend or a hat for a toddler, you’ll never run out of crafty ideas!

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I know you have such a strong passion for all things Christmas, so you might as well download 11 Christmas Gift Ideas: Handmade Scarves, Hats and More now, it’s free! Be sure you subscribe to receive our newsletter Crafty Christmas, too. Don’t wait any longer, all of the homemade Christmas ideas, easy Christmas kids' crafts, easy Christmas sewing crafts and more are right at your fingertips.

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