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Baby, it's cold outside. Really, really, really cold. So cold, in fact, that my go-to ensemble of jeans and a cardigan simply won't do. Luckily, Craft Stylish has a simple tutorial for bulking up your average layer -- perfect for keeping the winter chill at bay.

An important note before you get started? Don't confuse lining and interlining. Lining is the thin layer of fabric that hides interior seams and finishing details in a garment; it's slick so it slides against other fabrics. Interlining is the insulation layer between the surface fabric and the lining; it traps air and retains body heat. Some of the most popular trademarked synthetic interlining products are Thinsulate by 3M and Primaloft, but natural-fiber interlining materials are also available.

There you have it! Good luck, crafters, and be sure to check out the simple tutorial at Craft Stylish. Happy sewing!



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