Stay Warm Winter

How To : Layer clothing so you'll stay warm and look chic

Layering becomes a necessary skill to know during the fall and winter, when it's nigh impossible to get away with wearing just your favorite dress or t-shirt and nothing else. If you want to learn how to layer clothing so that you'll stay warm AND chic, check out this video f ...more

How To : 9 DIY Tips for Staying Toasty in the Winter

How do you stay toasty warm for the winter season without having to overexert your heating bill? First thing's first—wear a lot of layers. An extra layer of tights, a thick pair of socks, an additional sweatshirt or a wool beanie on your head can go a long way in retaining yo ...more

How To : Dress warm for winter & look cute

In this video, viewers will learn how to dress warm for winter and look cute. These video tips allow users to be able to wear skirts,shorts and dresses from the summer. Wear tights underneath and then wear a pair of leggings on top to have 2 layers of insulation. Then wear som ...more

How To : Knit a simple warm scarf for winter for beginners

Knitting, ladies and gents, is not just for grannies who have too much time on their hands. In fact, knitting is fun and quite addicting once you get the basics down. Don't believe us? Then take a gander at this video to learn how to knit a simple warm scarf that'll keep your ...more

How To : Warm and Soft Winter Bracelet (DIY)

Warm and soft bracelet for winter season :) easy to make. Video: . To make this bracelet you need to know how to make cords with automatic spool knitter. See more in video below: Video: .

How To : Crochet a warm baby sweater for fall/winter

These baby sweaters are small enough to fit onto a doll, which makes them all the more cute and cuddly when you throw them on your little baby. During the fall and winter the weather takes a significant dip, so make sure your little one covers up in style by making this croche ...more

How To : Look great in a winter scarf

Stay warm and look chic this winter with a few simple scarf-tying tricks. You will need a rectangular scarf or a pashmina. Tip: If you are using a pashmina as a scarf, fold it in half width wise first. When tying the scarf, experiment with the placement of the knot until you f ...more

How To : Live in your car

Whether you have to move into your car or you want to, there are some bases you need to cover. This Howcast guide demonstrates how to live out of your car. This is also helpful for cross country trips. You Will Need * Pillows * Blankets or a sleeping bag * A cooler * A camp s ...more

How To : Knit a scarf for yourself this winter

Stay warm this winter with your own "MIY" (make it yourself) scarf! Learn to knit a scarf for a relaxing pastime and to engage in a constructive and creative activity. You Will Need: • An 8-ounce skein of four-ply yarn • No. 10 knitting needles • Time Step 1: Make a slipknot ...more

How To : Make your own pair of cyber flufflies at home

Keep warm and stay cute this winter! Make your own pair of trendy cyber fluffies! All you need is some faux fur in a color and style you like, thick elastic, plus a few basic sewing supplies (like a measuring tape and sewing machines).

How To : Select a winter coat that fits your body type

During the dead of winter when it's 20 degrees below freezing and you can barely feel your own eyes you really don't care that much about the style and fit of your coat. You just want something warm, thick, and cuddly and you want it FAST. But if you want to stay fashionable ...more

How To : Winterize your boat and prepare it for Winter

In this tutorial, we learn how to winterize your boat and prepare it for winter. First, you will remove the drain plug from the boat and let the water out. After this, remove the oil drain and drain the oil out of the motor while it's warm. Exhaust fumes while the engine is tu ...more

How To : Avoid winter weight gain with nine easy tips

Humankind likes to think it is superior to all the other species out there, but during the winter, we hibernate just like every other mammal. Though we don't exactly drag our fuzzy butts into a bear den and call it quits for the winter, we tend to stay still more during the wi ...more

How To : Prevent dry and itchy winter skin with tips

Still using the same lightweight, oil-free lotion during the winter as you did last summer? Then it's obvious where your flaky, dry winter skin is coming from. The shift from warmer, more humid days to dry and cold immediately saps your skin of moisture, meaning you have to up ...more

How To : Wear chunky knit sweater cardigan

Everyone wants to keep their hands warm, but here we are shown how to keep them warm with style as we are shown how Anna Saccone accessorizes, matches, and makes the warm winter dressing fashionable and exciting. From style of top to the type of footwear, Anna keeps the winter ...more

How To : Make a Long-Sleeved Draped Cardigan with Gianny L

A cardigan is greet for the winter months, but not very stylish, unless… you make one that's draped. Stay warm while looking trendy with this DIY draped cardigan idea from GiannyL. There's minimal sewing skills required for this awesome, chic and practical long sleeve draped ...more

How To : Tie Winter scarves

Want to stay warm while out in the cold without looking like a frump? This video is for you! Stylist Jackie O Dee shows you multiple ways to tie a scarf to keep looking stylish during the cold winter months. Some styles work well under outerwear while others can be pinned and ...more

How To : Your Illustrated Extreme Winter Survival Guide

If you ever find yourself in the unfortunate predicament of being stranded outdoors in the snow, don't eat snow off the ground. Eating solid snow will sap your body of precious internal heat (since the heat will be used to melt the consumed ice), so it is best to melt the snow ...more

How To : Make Homemade Microwaveable Foot Warmers

Well, Ol' Man Winter is upon us yet again, blasting us with his icy breath. When I was a kid, I loved wintertime because it meant the prospect of sledding, snowball fights & missed school days in which to enjoy both. Now that I'm 45, however, my attitude toward the season has ...more

How To : Build a campfire in snow

Building winter campfires is a great way to stay warm, cook food, and have fun! Learn all about how to make a campfire, from gathering kindling and cutting wood to lighting and fanning the fire, in this free cold weather camping video guide series. Part 1 of 20 - How to Build ...more

How To : Survive an Icy Walkway Without Falling

The months of constant snowfall and freezing temperatures seems endless once the excitement of the first snowfall fades, and you become weary of traversing black ice and other slippery streets. My first experience with an icy sidewalk included a slip, smack, and heavily bruis ...more

How To : Hijack Mom's Crock-Pot for Some Easy Holiday Hooch

What's the best part of the holidays, other than gorging yourself on food until you're physically able to hibernate? Imbibing delicious, hot drinks that are spiked to the gills with liquor. But when you're hosting the party and you've got twenty million things on your to-do l ...more

How To : Survive if you’re lost in the woods

Getting out of the wilderness alive is a matter of knowing what to do-and what not to do. This how-to video shows how to stay alive in the wilderness when stuck. Make sure to always have a way to stay warm and don't eat anything unless you know it is safe.

How To : Insulate your garage doors

This video looks at ways to insulate garage doors to help keep the shop cool in the summer, and warm in the winter. The best way to do this is to insulate the garage doors. This shows you the choices looked at, the pluses and minuses of each, and why the final option was chosen.

How To : Put together a 10-piece emergency survival kit

Wilderness survival requires smarts, know how and a well equiped emergecy kit to make sure you stay dry, warm and fed. This excellent video tells you what you need to know to put together the essential items of your personal emergency/survival kit. The items include: A good s ...more

How To : Make Indian chan toor dal

Spice up and warm up those cold winter nights by preparing chan toor dal. Chan toor dal is a combination of channa dal (chickpeas) and tur daal. This Indian recipe is delicious and exotic, consisting of tur daal and channa dal, green chiles, tomatoes, and ginger.

How to Make Indian food : Shrimp curry

Shrimp curry is the perfect spicy dish to warm you up on those cold winter evenings. This traditional Indian meal is not difficult to make. Follow along with this video tutorial, and you will learn how to make yummy shrimp curry - step by step. This unique recipe serves approx ...more

How To : What fabrics to wear if you sweat a lot

This video you shows you what fabrics you should wear if you suffer from exessive sweating. What you could wear that would keep you dry and help prevent heavy sweating during the warm summer months. Craig recommends wearing 100% cotton or 100% wool to stay dry and suggests st ...more

How To : Saute winter greens with Martha Stewart

Before you say, "ick, but veggies don't taste good," consider this: Spinach has lots of chromium, a nutrient that boosts metabolism and reduces hunger, two key things needed to stay lean and fit during the holiday feasting season. Learn different ways to saute winter greens, ...more

How To : Ford/Cross a River Safely in the Backcountry

In this video tutorial, former Outward Bound instructor and mountaineering guide John E. Hiker demonstrates a basic technique for safely fording (crossing) a river. Typically, more hikers are killed each year from drowning while fording rivers than by bear attacks, falls, aval ...more

How To : Make your own apple cinnamon cider donuts at home

During the winter, cold, blizzard-y conditions outside make for quite a freezing soul. Warm yourself up while taking your taste buds for a flavor trip by baking these simple and delicious apple cinnamon cider donuts. Nothing is better than apple cider and donuts, except maybe ...more

How To : Make felted capelets from sweaters

Though this isn't quite fit for winter wear, you can surely wear this in the spring, summer, and fall, during those times when it's warm with a brisk breeze that might send small shivers down your spine (perhaps a few goosebumps). These are stylish capelets made from old felt ...more

How To : Use a fireplace insert to keep your home efficient

A fireplace is a great tool to use during the cold winter months. It can be used to help set a mood or just to keep you and others warm. But when the fire is out, it's important to close off the entrance to prevent any cold air from coming in and any warm air from leaving. The ...more

How To : Make a snowy popcorn cupcake for January

Even though Christmas and the winter holidays have now passed, January is just as chilly and requires equal amounts of hot chocolate and steaming hot baked goods from the oven to warm your kids up after getting a good chill outside. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to bake ...more

How to Knit a Scarf & Cap : All in One

Winter. Below zero temperatures. You go out to run some errands, in and out of warm stores all the time. Doesn’t it bother you that you continually have to take you cap off and put it on again before going outside? Well, now it won’t anymore. This scarf and cap is an original ...more

How To : Crochet a basic beret

Oui! Oui! A beret is a great fashion statement. It keeps you warm, plus its stylish with a French flair. This video shows you how to crochet your very own beret and make it as unique as you'd like for those chilly winter evenings! Which color will you choose? Part 1 of 4 - How ...more

How To : Make plasma from grapes

You have seen a match make plasma in the microwave. You have seen a compact disc light up. Now you are going to see why it is dangerous to put grapes in the microwave. What's going on? Well, I only have an idea for some parts. The first part is speculation -- the sparks are r ...more

How To : Start a fire with quartz

Making a fire is important in order to stay warm and more importantly stay alive. In this video tutorial you'll find out how to use a quartz, old file, and the back end of your knife to help start a fire. And again, remember that fire can be dangerous and cause major damage to ...more

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