A year ago I did a Feature Friday on arm warmers. You can see it HERE. Well, I was rummaging through my craft room the other day and I saw four pairs of super cute knee socks I had purchased on clearance a while back. Autumn is when we bust out arm warmers for the boys around here, so I thought I'd show you this idea again - plus the new ones I just made.
The concept is turning knee socks into arm warmers, though most people do this to create baby leg warmers. I don't have girls or even babies right now, but we love them as cute layers under t-shirts. The boys can whip them off when it gets warmer in the afternoon.
Plus, they are fun to coordinate with shirts.
Here's a mini-tutorial, in case you want to make some. Cut as much of the sock off as possible.
Cut off the heel and toe.
Fold that part in half, creating a cuff.
Then pull it over the long sock part, stitch, and then roll it down. They are really simple to make.
Then find a shirt that matches and enjoy your warm arms.
Thanks for reading.