Make child leg warmers and a hat out of an old sweater
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    Smile Make child leg warmers and a hat out of an old sweater

    I found this looking for a tutorial for sewing baby legs or little llamas
    http://www.instructables.com/id/Crea...rom_an_Old_Sw/

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    ~I've seen this project before but it's a great way to recycle a unwanted sweater! Thanks for posting since it reminded me that I want to make spats from one of my old sweaters. ~

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    That is actually a cool idea!




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    What a great idea! I may try this for my nieces. They would love it.

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    Very cute!

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