Frugal Sewing: Free DIY Knee Pads

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Friday, December 08, 2017 | 0 comments
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Image: Baby in the evening in a diaper, playing with a book. Photo credit: Ramona Gaukel on FreeImages
Photo credit: Baby in the evening in a diaper, by Ramona Gaukel
To protect your crawling baby's tender knees, take a pair of adult's thick socks.

Cut off the foot part.

Fold up the raw edge of the ankle part.

Zig-zag stitch around.

Slip over your baby's legs to protect their knees from crawling.



Anti-slip Baby Kneepads
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If your socks are not thick enough, use two socks each, one inside the other and stitched together.

Can be used over bare knees - or over baby's clothing.

Thanks to Catherine for this Frugal Baby Tip!

Would you rather buy them ready-made?
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