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Whatcha Wearing Blog Tour: Winter Accessories round up

I put together a round up of sewing patterns for winter accessories like hats and ear warmers, mittens, scarves and slippers. I’ve included both paid and free patterns so that you have plenty of options!

As you may or may not know I live in Montreal, Canada. It can get pretty cold and snowy here, and winter hats and mittens are a must. Well, if I’m honest I rarely wear a hat unless it’s below -10C out, but there are times when even I will wear one.

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If a pattern photo is missing it means I hadn’t heard back from the designer by the time this post was published.

This post is part of the Whatcha Wearing Blog tour being hosted by Tibeca of Sewing by Ti. More info on the tour at the bottom of this post!

Sewing Patterns for Winter Accessories

Hats/Ear Warmers:

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Pattern: Beanie by Filles a Maman*  (available in English and French)

Price: $7 (CDN)

Sizing: 0-12 months to Adult Med-Large (Head circumference 18.5″-24″)

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Ear Flap Hat by Brindille & Twig

Price: $7.50 (US)

Sizing: preemie to size 6T

Get 15% off your first purchase at Brindille & Twig* using my referral code: http://r.sloyalty.com/r/uBLvSEEgjHXA

 

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Pilot Hat by Brindille & Twig

Price: $7.50 (US)

Sizing: preemie to size 3T

Get 15% off your first purchase at Brindille & Twig* using my referral code: http://r.sloyalty.com/r/uBLvSEEgjHXA

 

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Snow Day Hat and Mittens by Peek-a-Boo Patterns *

Price: $7.95 (US)

Sizing: Newborn to Child (Head circumference 15-22″)

 

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Victoria Fur Trim Hat and Muff by Peek-a-Boo Patterns*

Price: $5 (US)

Sizing: Newborn to Child (Head circumference 14-21″)

 

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Aviator Cap by Peek-a-Boo Patterns*

Price: $5 (US)

Sizing: Newborn to Child (Head circumference 14-21″)

 

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The Best Earwarmer Headband Pattern by AppleGreen Cottage

Price: $5.39 (CDN) (Craftsy will only let me see the pricing in Canadian)

Sizing: Baby to Adult (15″ to 23″)

Note: Go to their website and sign up for emails to get the baby sizes for free!

 

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Evergreen Bonnet by Twig and Tale

Price: $7.50 (US)

Sizing: Newborn -Teen

 

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Pixie Hat by Twig and Tale

Price: $6 (US)

Sizing: There are two separate size bundles: Baby/Child and Teens/Adult

 

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Wild Things Hooded Scarf and Tails by Twig and Tale

Price: $7.50 (US)

Sizing: Infant to Adult

 

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Beanie Hat by The Littlest Studio*

Price: $5.00 (CDN)

Sizing: Child to Adult (Head Circumference 18″-22″)

 

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Mutzen.Schal

Price: FREE

Sizing: Child (one size) and Adult (one size)

This pattern is in German only!

 

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Banded Beanie by Made for Mermaids

Price: FREE

Sizing: Baby to Adult (Head Circumference 16″-23″)

 

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Ear Warmer by Made for Mermaids

Price: FREE

Sizing: Baby to Adult

 

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Toque Pattern by littlest studio

Price: FREE

Sizing: One size (adult based on pics)

 

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Slouchy Beanie by Patterns for Pirates*

Price: FREE

Sizing: Toddler to Adult (Head Circumference 17″-24″)

 

 

 

Mittens:

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Lou’s Mittens by Filles a Maman* (available in English and French)

Price: $7 (CDN)

Sizing: Children: 12-18m to 16; Women: One size; Men: One size

 

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Snow Day Hat and Mittens by Peek-a-Boo Patterns*

Price: $7.95 (US)

Sizing: Newborn to Child (Head circumference 15-22″)

 

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Fleece Mittens by Patterns for Pirates*

Price: FREE

Sizing: Women’s One Size

 

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Fleece Mittens by DIY Crush

Price: FREE

Sizing: Child S, M, L

 

Scarves:

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Cowl by Filles a Maman*  (available in English and French)

Price: $7 (CDN)

Sizing: Child: 0-12m to 16; Adult: Small to Large

 

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Infinity Scarf by Made for Mermaids

Price: FREE

Sizing:

 

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Camper Cowl by Jennuine Design

Price: FREE

Sizing:

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Mutzen.Schal

Price: FREE

Sizing: Child (one size) and Adult (one size)

This pattern is in German only!

Slippers:

Even though slippers are not for outdoor use like the rest of the patterns I’ve listed, they are a definite must in the winter! (Especially on our ceramic floor in the basement! Who puts ceramic flooring in a basement in Montreal?? So cold!)

 

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Stylish Slippers by Filles a Maman*  (available in English and French)

Price: $12 (CDN)

Sizing: Toddlers to Adults (5.5″ to 12″ foot lengths)

 

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Comfy Cozy Slippers by Peek-a-Boo Patterns*

Price: $7.95 (US)

Sizing: Toddler to size 8/9 Women’s plus 18″ doll (4.5″ to 9.75″ foot length)

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(Click the pic above to head on over to the intro post with all the details on the giveaway and prizes!)

Sunday, January 1st: Sewing By Ti, Embrace Every Day
Monday, January 2nd: Sewing By Ti
Tuesday, January 3rd: Sewing By Ti
Wednesday January 4th: Tenille’s Thread
Thursday, January 5th: Crafty Like A Rox, Harper+Lu
Friday, January 6th: Creative Counselor, Lulu & Celeste
Saturday, January 7th: Wild & Wanderful

Are there any winter accessories patterns that you recommend that I haven’t listed? Or any favourite free tutorials you know about? Share them in the comments below!

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6 thoughts on “Whatcha Wearing Blog Tour: Winter Accessories round up

  1. Its so cold here even I’m considering wearing a hat! It was -11 Fahrenheit when I woke up this morning. I think I’m done with winter and I’d like to get to spring quickly please.

    1. We’re having similar weather. January is always the coldest but right now it’s not too bad. Around -15 Celsius with the windchill during the day, and about -25C when I leave for work. Normally the -25C is our daytime high, so I’m ok with this, haha. Few more weeks and things get better :)

    1. It’s funny what we get used to. I couldn’t live in your summers although if it doesn’t get too humid maybe I could. Thanks for stopping by!

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