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11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

Get into the Guy Fawkes spirit with these cracking makes. If you're celebrating with fireworks and friends, or just having a cosy night in, these patterns will make you sparkle.

11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

1. Fair Isle fancies

Stay warm even if the temperature doesn't with these adorable Fair Isle gloves.

11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

2. Cosy toes

These wellie-inspired booties are too cute to resist.

11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

3. Autumn colours

Make cold toes a thing of the past in a pair of bright socks.

11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

4. Fruit bowl

Instead of apple bobbing, just create your own!

11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

5. Apple a day

A takeaway cup cosy will keep both your hands and your mulled cider warm during the festivities.

11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

6. Mr Snuffles

Make sure to always check your bonfire for hedgehogs and other wildlife!

11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

7. Intarsia guy

Why not make the Guy himself?

11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

8. Darling duffle

A crocheted duffel coat is the perfect way to keep little ones cosy.

11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

9. Perfect mitts

Pop on a pair of fingerless mittens for sparkler safety.

11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

10. Bootie-licious

Jazz up your boots this Bonfire Night with a pair of handmade cuffs.

11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

11. Always ombre

Light up the night in this eye-catching ombre shawl.

11 Bonfire Night Makes To Keep You Cosy

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