Joy here. I would LOVE to introduce you to Abby with Sew Much Ado. I seriously LOVE her blog. She takes Anthropologie (which just so happens to be my very favorite store for me) clothing and makes the inspired version all herself which afterwards she models so beautifully on her cute little self. She also has the cutest pattern I have ever seen for a little girl's doll (go here). It will melt your heart! I just adore her creativity and asked her to guest blog for me sometime and so here she is!
Hello SnazzieDrawers fans! This is Abby with Sew Much Ado, guest blogging this week with a fabulous FREE tutorial for baby and toddler leg warmers that I dreamed up myself!
You will LOVE how easy and fast it is! Oh the possibilities! These are awesome to keep those chubby little legs warm during the cold months and for toddlers on the playground under skirts and dresses!
Have a pair of knee socks you'd like to refashion? In 10 minutes your little lady can be stylin' some new leg warmers! Find the tutorial to make the ruffle skirt from a t-shirt here.
2. Cut heel and toe areas off of each sock. This will form the upper band of the leg warmers.
3. For each sock, fold short tube of fabric in half, matching raw edges.
Unfold and Admire
5. Fold the cuff upwards and you are done! Great job! Head over here to make a matching (and by "matching," I mean "un-matching", cause it's cuter that way) ruffle skirt.
Wear them long or cinch them up, she will love to wear them either way with her ruffle skirt!