Sew a simple draft stopper to keep the cold weather at bay! Line the bottom of your doorways and windows to reduce heat loss. Use old curtains, heavy sheets, tablecloths, an old pair of jeans, or whatever you can tear apart. It takes a matter of minutes to make a plain draft stopper, and if you use interesting fabric it doesn't have to look boring. Or you can turn it into a ECOutletsnake, like the fab vintage ones above.
What you need:
piece of material
, at least 40cm wide and just longer than the width of the door.
An old pair of tights
Stuffing (beanbag balls, rice, lentils, etc)
Check out the tutorial to learn how to sew these!
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