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I was planning do make a door draft stopper for a long time, but the remix and the winterize contest were my starters' gun - finally. I found the https://www.instructables.com/id/Wonderful-World-Draft-Stopper/ and the https://www.instructables.com/id/Draft-Stopper-for-drafty-doors/instructables, but: I don't have a sewing machine, so I started to think about something very easy. :o)

Here is my idea:

Step 1: This Is What You Need:

Actually, not much:

- An old blanket or rug

(or anything else that is thin enough to fit under your door and cosy enough to ceep you warm.
I used an IKEA fleece blanket)

- scissors

- a piece of string

Step 2: Instructions:

1. Fold the blanket in the middle an measure the breadth of your door. Keep about 5 cm extra space and mark your blanket (1a).

2. Cut.

3. Fold again and mark half of the doors' depth on all sides (4 marks).

Step 3: More Instructions:

4. roll it up to the mark on one side

5. make a small hole with your scissors at the imaginary line between the marks and attach the first string, and a second string in a second hole.

6. Turn your blanket upside down ( to prevent and air draft), place it under your door, tighten and add two holes close to your door (6a).

7. Roll the blanket up and fix it with strings. I used two on both sides and it worked fine.

Step 4: You Made It!

8. Place your new air draft stopper under you door.

Close your door and keep warm :) Extra plus: It wipes your floor, too ;)

Quick+dirty. Prima. Ich hab's ohne Platzhalter in der Mitte gemacht. Das klemmt sich dann automatisch.
<p>@FriXs klasse, sieht gut aus! freut mich dass es dir gefallen hat. W&auml;r super, wenn du f&uuml;r mich voten w&uuml;rdest im Winterize contest :)</p>
<p>With this hack the house might be messed, but within the reach of door it will be shiny as mirror. </p>
<p>You got it ! :-)</p>
<p>It's helped for me! Thanks for sharing!</p>
<p>So incredibly simple. Excellent job, thanks for sharing this!</p>

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