Everyone who has a smooth floor has slipped while in socks. If you make this you can stop this, and also stop some rubber from going to a landfill, where it will take the rubber hundreds of years to decompose.
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Step 1: Gather Matterials
You will need:
Step 2: Cut the Tube
Cut the valve off the tube. Cut the tune in half. Cut it again the long way to turn it into a strip.
Step 3: Clean the Tube
There may be white powder on the inside of the tube. If o wash it off and dry off the tube.
Step 4: Measure
You should cut a piece of the strip to match the length of the sock.
Step 5: Preparing the Neadle
Thread the thread through the needle. Cut the string at 4 to 5 ft.(depending on how big the sock is). Take the two ends and tie a large knot.
Step 6: Sewing Time
Sew through the tube and the sock. Go back through a bit further ahead. Go back a little bit. Repeat this until you get to the end.
Step 7: Finishing It
Tie a big knot at the end, and cut off the excess.
Step 8: What Is Should Look Like
The picture above show what your sock should look like.
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