Today while arranging my socks drawer I took three pairs of old wool socks to discard.I can't wear them any more as they are worn out.. But my heart didn't let me throw them away..I remembered the  reuse project and my mind was driving me crazy to do some thing rather than throwing it away.
Then I remembered  seeing  my neighbour's little kid carrying her water bottle in her backpack.The bottle  was  in  the outer pocket of the backpack and is out of aluminium. Imagine how cold it would be?

Oh! Why not make a little child happy in this cold winter?Any my idea worked out fine as a protector wrap.
Ha! my socks are not stinking.They are washed and cleaned ,the only mess is that the wool garments have tiny wool yarns poping up.It took me around an hour to cut ,sew and complete it.Look how beautiful it has turned out ..

Step 1: Requirements

Top pins
Wool shears (option)
Sewing needle
Colored crochet threads of your choice
Kids drink  bottle
cool idea
love the idea...very nice!!!
Very nice idea.You are very creative.This goes very well with the reuse ibles too.An easy project which is very useful for the school children.Thank you for posting this.I give you my vote as my daughter and I likes it very much.
nice idea...hmm...this gives me more ideas...thanks
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Oh very nice! well done ! My socks always ends up with holes...this would be a great home for it! haha
Yes old socks can do wonders...
I always have so many socks that wear out. Always nice to have a fun craft to do with them :)
Ohhh this was a sudden idea that I came up with.Now I have done 3 more for the little neighbours friends.
This is a very nice idea.I can collect all the old socks and do this to sell at the Sunday market.As a student this is an easy sewing project and I can earn some Rupees.Thanks for posting this great idea.I give you my vote.
Thank you for sharing this great idea.Ideal for cold winter days.........

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