Oh for heaven’s sake.
Sure sure, this is nothing new. Anyone can take a sock, cut off the end and shove it on a baby’s leg.
But could we just deep-tissue massage our ovaries real quick because BABY LEGS.
So today I thought we’d have a little fun looking at a series of photos of my old dirty socks. I mean socks. Clean, laundered, fresh like a spring meadow socks.
This tutorial is so ridiculously easy I’m almost embarrassed that I’m doing an entire post on it. But then we wouldn’t get to look at my old dirty socks. I mean socks.
So you cut off the top skinny leg part. I don’t know what it’s called.
Then you take the cut part and fold it over about an inch or so. Then you hand-stitch that inch that you just folded over. On the top skinny cut part of the dirty sock you found in your sock drawer.
Then you just tie a knot in the thread on the inside of the inch of the top skinny cut part that you just folded over on that dirty sock you found in your sock drawer.
I’d like to apologize for the extreme closeup of my nasty, wrinkled, raw tanning bed turkey leg thumb.
And you’re all done!
Is anyone else hungry all of a sudden?
Too bad my babies still have legs that resemble dental floss.
I’m thinking about doing the same thing with these old surgery socks, once their legs get a little more meaty and delicious.
I also realize I’m showing you more photos of my old dirty socks. These things can’t be helped. Would you like to see more? Maybe some old sports bras? *Panty hose?
(my mom just poured gasoline over her computer)
Too bad I don’t mind the little dental floss legs and would actually thread her luscious little limbs between my teeth.
*I’d like to clarify that the last time I owned/wore panty hose was at my 7th grade church Valentine’s Day banquette in Hobbs, America. Thank you for your prayers.
Make some dang leggy warmers!