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DIY Boot Socks

Can you believe that Fall is here? Maybe not officially by what the calendar says, but if you live in my neck of the woods, the cutting of grain, the chill in the air and the slight change of color in the leaves proves that Fall has arrived. I LOVE it! Today’s fun post is a super cute and really easy accessory you are surly going to want to add to your Fall attire….super cute sweaters, boots, jeans, and those adorable scarves! Help me welcome Adrienne from Free Time Frolics as she shares these must have DIY Boot Socks that you are going to love and want to make for each and every Fall outfit in your closet! Enjoy!

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Hello TRR readers. This is Adrienne from Free Time Frolics. I love the look of Boot Socks. They are the perfect addition to any fall outfit! You can use them to dress things up or with a Sunday dress. And these little beauties are super simple to make and a lot less expensive than the store bought ones. So here is what you need:

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Gather your supplies. Boot Socks, Ribbon, Lace, Needle, Thread and a large jar.
I purchased my boot socks at Wal-Mart and The Children’s Place

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Stretch the top of one sock around the end of a large jar. Stretching the sock as much as possible.

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Wrap the lace, ribbon or trim around the sock top and pin into place, using a needle and thread.

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Fold the raw edges together and stitch the ends together.

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Pull off the sock. It’s all finished. Repeat for the matching sock. You can use anything to embellish your socks. Flowers, buttons, pom poms, ribbon, lace, or decorative elastic. Add your own flair!

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Here are a few pairs I have made just to mix them up.

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Thank you so very much Adrienne! What a fun and fabulous project for this time of year! I love your adorable socks that have so much color and personality and the added ribbon and embellishments are way too cute! I am in love with this fun project and think my sweet little one’s chubby legs will look so super cute sporting a pair of these adorable Boot Socks! To see more of Adrienne’s fabulous projects, make sure to stop by her blog Free Time Frolics.

These socks are perfect for all ages and look so cute on everyone, and I think these socks will quickly become a favorite accessory in your home! Here are a few other fun accessories fun for all ages, personalities and styles!

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Are you ready to make one or two or twenty pairs for yourself or a little sweetie you know? Make sure to stop by The Ribbon Retreat HERE to find all of your lace, ribbon, flowers, elastic and everything else you need to create your very own boot socks, hair bows or anything your heart desires!

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Happy Creating & Happy Boot Socks!
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