It’s rare that I can begin a project and see it through to the end in one day but this past Tuesday, I did just that. I’ve had some thigh-high womens’ socks in my “to sew” pile for a year now and finally got around to refashioning them into……boot cuffs for the littlebig girls.
(PS, grandma got the girls these boots I was all heart-eyed over and they are just as cute and deserving of that emoji in person. So, in case you’re in the market for some toddler booties, I highly recommend these! They’re linked towards the end of the post!)
It took me about ten minutes total to grab the socks,
cut each shaft into two equal lengths (which, by the way, leaves mama with a pair of crew cuts),
and serge the unfinished ends.
Don’t have a serger? Just sew a zig-zag stitch around the ends. No sewing machine? Grab some matching thread and sew a quick whip stitch around the top edge. Don’t worry about perfection. Worn, they’re scrunched up anyway so no one will be able to critique your whipping.
When the air down here eventually dips below sweltering during the day (November, here’s looking at you), the girls will actually don them outside for longer than a two-minute photo sesh.
jeans: Carter’s clearance last year // similar
sweatshirt tunics: Carter’s clearance last year // similar or this one would be so cute too
scarves: diy // similar
boots: Carter’s or Kohl’s
hats: one gifted and one a hand-me-down // similar and similar
tire swing (in case you need a swing option that can hold two tots – we paid $30 for it so watch that price): Amazon
slightly blurry pic: juggling the camera with a baby on the hip
*some of the links above are affiliate links
Someone was not about to be left out of picture-taking…
…and one eager mama was not about to decline because, just look at that face.
Eat him up.
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