If you’re not feeling completely festive yet, then perhaps after today you will.
All across the country, Scots are donning their novelty knitwear to celebrate Christmas Jumper Day 2020.
This year the Save the Children event is going digital and encouraging people to keep sustainability and the environment in mind, by recycling a preloved jumper or making your own creation.
In an new video to mark the occasion, Dundee fashion designer Hayley Scanlan and her twin sons show us how to upcycle an existing jumper quickly and easily, using pom-poms, baubles, bells, and bows, to create fabulous and fun festive knits.
Set up by Save the Children in 2012, Christmas Jumper Day is a chance for people all over the country to don their best and worst Christmas clobber, and raise vital funds for the charity’s projects with children in the UK and overseas.
To take part, all you have to do is make a minimum donation of £2 per person and don your chosen Christmas jumper.
There are a host of materials and resources for fundraisers of all ages on the website www.christmasjumperday.org
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