Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed 1. Customize a cozy sweatshirt with some cozy words. ducklingsinarow.com Perfectly for wearing on your date with Netflix. See how to make it here. 2. Wrap a candle in a sweater. sweetpaulmag.com Even candles need to be cozy! Get the tutorial here. 3. Turn an old sweater into kitten hand warmers. handmadecharlotte.com They'll keep you company as you sip your tea. Get the tutorial here. 4. Turn a pretty blanket into a no-sew sweater wrap. abeautifulmess.com Finally, an excuse to wear a blanket in public. Get the how-to here. 5. Put together this geometric no-sew coffee cozy. eatsleepmake.com Good for the environment and your soul. Learn how to make it here. 6. Dip pine cones in candle wax and essential oils for scented fire starters. designsponge.com Learn how to do it here. 7. Tuft a headboard. welivedhappilyeverafter.com This is made with foam, a drop cloth, and some plywood. See how they did it here. 8. Put together a scarf with pockets to keep your hands warm. deliacreates.com And maybe hide a flask? Here's the tutorial, which would work with some Stitch Witchery if you don't sew. 9. Assemble this gauzy napping tent from scratch. designlovefest.com Here's how to make it. You could also just fancy up a regular mosquito net, and hang it from the ceiling. 10. Cut out these easy butt-warmers for all of your kitchen chairs. chezlarsson.com Leave no chair seat uncovered. See how to make these here. 11. Crochet sweaters for your vases. eatsleepmake.com Your eucalyptus never looked so warm. See how here. 12. Fill microwaveable hand warmers with rice. raeannkelly.com Basic sewing skills required. See how to make them here. 13. Make this hat from an old sweater. wellnesting.com See the tutorial here. 14. Put together a draught excluder to keep that cold air out. fallfordiy.com You put them beneath any door that leads to the ~outside~, and they keep the cold air out. Learn how to make this one at Fall for DIY, and if you don't sew, this is another perfect Stitch Witchery candidate. 15. Turn a bath mat into a strawberry hot water bottle cover. crafthunter.com.au See how here. 16. Make easy boot liners out of the sleeves of an old sweater. thethriftyhome.com Get the how-to here. 17. Cut yarn into pom poms for your holiday greenery. tellloveandparty.com See the tutorial here. 18. Or put the pom poms on a blanket. jonesdesigncompany.com Get the how-to here. 19. Hot glue faux fur trim to a headband for warm fluffy earmuffs. psimadethis.com See how to make them here. 20. Customize a black mug with a white paint pen. mylittlenest.org Or use a chalk pen so it's erasable! It can say "Trick or Treat" in October, "Gobble Gobble" in November, "Let it Snow" in December, and "Fuck This Shit" in January. Here's the tutorial. 21. Stitch faces and ears onto a pair of warm socks. yoyo-mom.com Kawaii AF. Get the tutorial here.