Doorsnakes are boring right? Well, sorry to tell you buddy, but you’re wrong. Dead wrong. These little critters keep you toasty warm in the wintertime, and are especially efficient when you need to deal with what we like to call ‘the gap of wintery death’ that appears underneath the front door of terrace houses.
Mel from the lovely Sew Make Create will be teaching you how to make a doorsnake over the space of one and a half hours. So by the afternoon you’ll have a doorsnake to take home that doesn’t look daggy or saggy like that cheapie you found in the discount bin. Colours! Patterns! Oh my!
Plus, as a bonus, if you pin an image of your door snake on The Good Hood map before 1 August, you can go in the running to win one of four carefully selected Etsy prize packs full of things to make you and your house cozy warm this winter.
What you'll get
– Fabric for your doorsnake
– Filling for your doorsnake
– Access to a sewing machine
what to bring
– A basic knowledge of how to use a sewing machine
– Any scraps of fabric (around 50cms x 110cms) if you want to use your own