Just a quick post today to round out my crazy series on turning socks into pants for babies.
When my kids were babies, I always loved the look of Bonds brand nappy covers, (Bonds is an Australian brand so in case you don’t know what I am talking about these). As my kids wore cloth nappies I was especially drawn to the design because of all the room in the back for the nappy butt :), but at $11 per pair, a whole set of these was never in the budget.
I have since devised this hack which takes about 5 min and costs around $1 depending where you buy your socks.
So, the most popular post on this blog, 5 min baby and toddler leggings, has been on the blog for 4 years and has had between 50 and 120 hits per day for the entire time, that is over 65000 hits. So I thought it was time I gave the topic some more love and…
I mentioned the other day that there was a free pattern release coming, well here it is!
Our popular grow-with-me harem pants pattern P is for Pirate pants is now available in a newborn to 6 months size and it’s FREE! (if your little is bigger than 6 months, check out our P is for Pirate Pants pattern, it is a one-size grow-with-me pattern that fits from around 6 months to four years-ish)
I was so impressed with results of my Baby Legwarmers in 5 minutes for $3.50 project that I got to thinking about all those lovely stripy and patterned socks and how stretchy and forgiving they were to sew.
I came up with a crazy idea, and what do you know …
So here it is …