Warm winter crafts: Woolly mitts, snuggly scarves, cosy hats and comfy sock crocheting, sewing and knitting patterns Stay warm this winter with some of our favourite easy crocheting, sewing and knitting patterns for warm winter wear. By CanadianLiving.com 2012-11-05 00:00:00 Snuggly scarves• Stone Scarf knitting patternStay warm (and stylish) this winter with this beautiful knit Stone Scarf. It's easy to make and has a matching headband. •Honey Stitch Cowl patternEnjoy our free knitting pattern for this Honey Stitch Cowl and make a modern classic to enjoy for years. • Knit a mohair scarf or wrap This cosy scarf or wrap is knit from just one or two balls of luxurious Rowan Kidsilk Haze – it's an affordable luxury project that's perfect for intermediate knitters. • Knit a cabled scarf Stay cosy when it's cold outside with this cable-knit hat and scarf set. • Knit a striped skinny scarf This cosy scarf is knit in the round, creating a warm double-layered fabric. • Knit a handy scarf with case This summer-weight scarf with case will come in handy on cool evenings and in air-conditioned buildings. • Bow knot scarf This clever scarf, made from novelty yarn, can be whipped up in no time. • Knit a long rainbow scarf Brighten even the dreariest winter day with this colourful scarf.Warm woolly mittens•Medallion mittens Your winter ensemble isn't complete without a pair of cozy mittens. These mittens are easy to knit and have a pretty medallion pattern on the front. • Retro crocheted mittens These fun two-toned crocheted mittens will keep your hands toasty on the coldest of days. Made out of 100% wool with a nice stretch cuff, the quirky circle design will surely turn heads. • Fleece mittens for big hands Fleece mittens are perfect for outdoor winter activities. • Magical mittens With a quick flip, these pop-top mittens become fingerless gloves • Fleece mittens for baby hands Keep tiny fingers extra warm with fleece mittens in just their size. • Knit a baby baseball tee with mittens This adorable raglan pullover from comedian/actress Tracey Ullman's knitting book will be ready in no time. • Cosy knits: Mitts Protect your fingers from the frosty winter air with these knitted mittens. •Cosy knitted hand/wrist warmers Keep your hands warm on chilly fall mornings -- and in freezing cold offices. Cute and cosy hats• Knit a stylish winter headbandKeep warm on cold winter days with this stylish Arrow Headband! The best part? It has a matching scarf.•How to knit a penguin hatThis holiday season, make an adorable and warm penguin hat for the little one in your life. • Raspberry toque: A crocheted winter hat This super-cute, cosy and quick-to-make hat is crocheted in a wool/acrylic/mohair blend yarn. Make one for all your friends! • Knitted toque with earflaps This hat's cosy earflaps and soft alpaca-blend yarn will keep you warm come wintertime. • Cosy knits: Hat Keep your head warm and toasty with this knitted toque. • Quick-to-crochet hat Warm someone's head -- and heart -- with this quick and easy crochet project. • Easy cable-knit hat Soft and thick with texture, this easy cable-knit hat will keep you warm and stylish. Even if you're still somewhat new to knitting – and have never tackled cables – this is the perfect quick-knit project. Comfy socks • Basic crocheted socks Hand-knitted socks are all the rage, but did you know you can crochet them, too? Find out how with this basic pattern for crocheted socks. • Cable-knit wool socks These wool socks, with a single cabled braid, can be knit from your favourite sock yarn or from homespun, for a handmade touch. • Peace fleece classic wool socks to knit Keep feet toasty with this quick-to-knit pattern • A simple knitted sock pattern for beginners Our easy instructions take the fancy footwork out of knitting socks.