Feeling the urge for some spring cleaning last week, I went through all of my clothes to toss and donate anything that hasn't been in the main rotation lately.
When I hit the sock drawer, I was sad to discover that my favorite, fun knee socks had just about had it. The heels were wearing thin and they'd just about met their end...until I had an idea!
Grabbing a pair of scissors, I simply sliced off the bottoms of these old socks, separating the foot from the calf portion of the fabric.
Voila! I am now using the foot portions as hand dusters around the house and turned the calf portions into funky leg warmers for my daughter when she goes to her dance class!
|Place your hand inside an old sock bottom to create a wonderful duster!|
Such a simple way to repurpose those oldies but goodies!
|Kaira, trying on her new leg warmers immediately after I "made the cut" to transform them.|
Now our lil' ballerina has another unique option to keep her legs nice and toasty when she's heading out to her studio!
|Leg warmers- in full action!|
New leg warmers and dusters with NO sewing and NO problem! If you have a pair of fun knee socks that have hit their limit for you, do a little separating and give them another run!
What materials do you reuse around the house? Tell us about it!
Have a wonderful week, friends!
XOXO From My Hearth to Yours- Cally