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17 Amazing DIY Leg Warmers For Babies And Toddlers For Fall And Winter

Sat, Sep 7, 2013 | Clothing, DIY Projects | By Kate

Besides the fact that legwarmers are very comfortable and just necessary during the cold season, they look so cute! And if you have an older kid, she or he would like to look cool and trendy – so make a pair for your little one! The easiest idea is to make legwarmers of socks that you like just cutting and sewing the rims. You can also make ones using an old sweater or just knitting it – the kids’ legs are small, so it won’t take much time! Below you’ll find some awesome tutorials of leg warmers, choose some and start crafting!

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  1. JayNine Says:

    Hey guys! You need to add a Google Plus share button :D Thanks! I know lots of ppl that would enjoy this stuff!

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