It’s been an unseasonably warm winter so far here in Northern Michigan.  We’ve only had a dusting of snow, not nearly enough to make a snowman.  If you’re missing that winter-y feeling right now, here’s a project to get you feeling more into the season.  Over at Small Fry & Co. there is a no-sew tutorial for recycling the sleeve of an old sweater into a cute little plush snowman!  If you can’t find a white sweater to chop up for this project, try using a white tube sock as an alternative.  [how to make a no-sew sweater sleeve snowman]

Project estimate:

  • Old white sweater, on hand or $1 and up
  • T-shirt, on hand or $1 and up
  • Brads (or other embellishments for eyes), on hand
  • Felt, on hand
  • Polyfill, on hand
  • Rice, on hand
  • Hot glue, on hand

Total:  Free and up

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