MOODBOARD MONDAY: WINTER WARMTH WITH YARN

Are you in the winter mood and looking for a simple way to update your home or wardrobe for the colder winter months? Nothing quite says "cozy up!" like layering with a yarn textured knit throws, pillows, vases, hats, scarves, sweaters, mittens or leg warmers! Whether it’s traditional fisherman style cables that we’re use to seeing, or a more modern, simplified, chunky version, it looks like yarn knits - especially cable and even crochet - are all receiving a lot of love since last fall. If you have some older sweaters, reuse those old sweaters to create a vase, candle or pillow slip cover. Old sweaters can also be cut up and slipped over a craft store Styrofoam ring to create a simple DIY winter wreath for your front door. If you don't have any old sweaters - hit the thrift stores to collect a few to layer into your home or wardrobe. Welcome warmth this winter with shades of grey yarn knits...





Layer Layer Layer...



Crochet adds a delicate lacy texture to a home for winter...



In winter, you can never have enough blankets...
Pull them out of the closet to create a functional display on a single chair or in baskets...



Add more shades of grey in your home by washing baskets in shades of grey...



Welcome winter with wreaths in shades of winter whites & grey knits...


Layer up with a chunky knit cowl scarf in extra thick cable...

 


No knitting required for these yarn balls - just wrap stryofoam balls and display in a galvanized container or painted basket... 




While knit mitts may keep your hands warm, going fingerless can show off a pretty grey manicure and keep you tech-savvy with warmth....

How would you choose to create winter warmth with yarn?





Thanks for stopping by and stay warm this winter...






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