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Toddler Leg Warmers From Knee High Socks

Bunny is more than a little obsessed with legwarmers at the moment. That is totally cool with me – i have a lot of love for legwarmers. So I knocked her up a few pairs from some of my old knee high socks.

It was so easy! Here’s what i did…

Grabbed some old knee high socks from my college days (yes i wore these with maryjanes… i know i know… i was 17 hehe) and then I just cut the socks above the heel. That’s it!

Things then took a turn for the hilarious when she declared they were also arm warmers. hehe I love my little girl, she is too cute

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Meg is the Founder and Creative Director of Megan Nielsen Patterns, and is constantly dreaming up ideas for new sewing patterns and ways to make your sewing journey more enjoyable! She gets really excited about design details and is always trying to add way too many variations to our patterns.

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Stephanie
10 years ago

I’m working on some knitted leg warmers for a friend’s baby. I love the idea of doing some from old socks! Looks like I’ll be making a few more pairs than I thought!

Elizabeth
10 years ago

Aw this is adorable! I love these quick and easy projects.

Justine
10 years ago

aww!

Claire Jain
10 years ago

Good Night these are cute :-)

Karen
9 years ago

I’ve made some of these where you use the fabric from the foot between the toe and the heel to make cuffs for the raw-edged end. These are so much simpler!