Collar Cozy Tutorial

Super cute variation on the scarf would be a great gift idea - Rae Gun Ramblings

Today I’m over at Skip to My Lou as part of the Bake Craft Sew & Crochet Along. I am sharing a Big Bow Ear Warmer Tutorial that I’m wearing with my collar cozy below, the gift ideas perfect for holiday gift giving. In fact, you won’t want to miss all the handmade gift ideas!

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I have joined over 100 bloggers to share some amazing homemade gift ideas.

Collar Cozy and Ear warmer headbands great gift ideas and super fast and easy tutorials at Rae Gun Ramblings

I’m sharing the headband tutorial over at Skip to My Lou but I thought it would be fun to do a two for one and share a fun neck warmer tutorial here also. So you get two great quick gift ideas today :) And don’t forget about the giveaway at the end.

How to make a collar cozy - Rae Gun Ramblings

Collar Cozy Tutorial

What You Need

  • Fleece 22×18 inches
  • Quilting Cotton 22×18 inches

What to Do

  1. Cut your  fabric across the diagonal. Then with right sides together sew the short edges together. Repeat for the fleece.
  2. Open up and put two fabrics right sides together. Sew around all the edges leaving a small hold to turn the pieces right side out.
  3. Turn right sides out and iron. Iron the edges at the hole under and sew closed.
  4. On one end add a 1 inch button hole.
  5. Thread the other end through the button hole and you’re good to go!

Cute spin on the scarf. Super quick and easy tutorial at Rae Gun Ramblings

So fun right? And it’s just the right about of extra warmth without taking up too much room in your bag if you end up wanting to take it off!
How to make a cute alternative to a scarf a collar cozy (great gift idea) Rae Gun Ramblings

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Comments

  1. This machine looks amazing!

  2. Rosa Grigsby says:

    The best handmade gift I received was a doll made for my daughter.

  3. It was a dress made for me by my mom!

  4. My mum handwove me a big girl blanket for my 16th birthday. As soft as a baby blanket, just bigger.

  5. Christina Moore says:

    A hot tea jar cozy, from my friend Shalimar. <3

  6. Very cute cozy:) Anything in your thoughts for ear cover-up for little girls? You always have the greatest ideas. My wonderful Pfaff just broke after 25 years….so I’m excited about this contest!!!

  7. cindy oneal says:

    a cozy luxurious crocheted shawl from a dear friend. Cindy

  8. A quilt from my grandmother for high school graduation!

  9. Amanda K. says:

    I received a quilt from my aunt as a child and I still have it as an adult. What a great gift. Thank you.

  10. Tamara Dillard says:

    The best homemade gift I ever received was a large Raggedy Ann doll when I was 4 yrs old. I still have it at 41 and love it!

  11. The best handmade gift I ever received was a silver and shell button necklace from my sister Jana :)

  12. It’s a really good gift, thinking in christmas. ;)

  13. Man that’s a hard one. I dont get many handmade gifts since I’m the resident “maker” around here. I am trying to get my Dad to build me a new cutting table this winter though, and I know I’ll absolutely adore that! ;-)

  14. Probably a diaper bag from my SIL. She’s amazing!

  15. Leanne Gifford says:

    Thanks for the quick gift ideas! A new machine would make a great gift too!

  16. A beautiful hand crocheted throw from my daughter. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

  17. Baby Lock: The machine that causes all eyes to widen in sewing classes.

  18. Karen Ostrom says:

    my best handmade gift was from my grandmother, when I was a little girl she would make me doll clothes

  19. camisgirl4 says:

    A cross made out of horse shoe nails to remember our daughter.

  20. I think the most practical handmade gift I’ve received are my slings from you. :)

  21. wendy macis says:

    Best handmade gift I have received are the afghans from my Grandma.

  22. I’m in the same boat as Toni- I’m usually the one to give the handmade gifts. I’m going to go corny here and say my best handmade gift was the excitement and smile from my husband when he saw me in the wedding dress I handmade. :)

  23. Tabitha Keener says:

    A quilt from my grandmother! Thanks

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

  24. The best handmade gift I received was a blanket my daughter crocheted for me.

  25. A quilt

  26. The afghan my grandma crocheted for me!

  27. My grandmother was a porcelain artist. She painted a china teapot for my 21st birthday. It is extra special because I am a tea drinker because of her.

  28. The best handmade gift I’ve ever received was a blanket and pillow sewn up just especially for one of my doll strollers when I was a kid. My grandma did it with such love, and now my daughter gets to enjoy them in the same stroller.

  29. Nightgowns from my grandma

  30. I love this detailed tutorial!!! Perfect addition to anyone’s scarf selection! I’d love to have you come over and link your post up to my craft party which starts at 7pm EST. and is new every Thursday! I also pin every post!

    http://www.diy-crush.com/blog/category/link-party/

  31. That’s so smart to put some fleece on the underside for warmth without the bulk. Love this idea.

  32. Those are adorable – perfect for the cooler weather! Thank you for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty

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