It’s currently 15°F in Madison, WI.
Some of you may be enjoying the warm sunshine on your face or green grass between your toes on your little patch of the planet, but on mine I’m still trying not to get frostbite.
I love the look of thick, cable-knit boot socks…but not their price tag. To keep my legs warm (and my boots adorned) this winter I’ve been improvising with these super simple DIY cable-knit boot “socks” made from old sweater sleeves:
Simply cut the sleeves off an old sweater (mine was stained) and pull them on with the cut side down (hidden in the boot) – no sewing needed!
Like this repurposed project? Check out these other ideas from a few lovely ladies who also share a love of repurposing, recycling, and reusing!
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Lovely Etc: Hanging Globes
Life as a Thrifter: Quick & Easy Candle Holders
Bigger Than The Three of Us: DIY Bamboo Shades