Category: Children's Clothing

Foot Pocket

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---- DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --------- PURPOSE: To create a do-it-yourself solution to keep a child with severe disabilities feet warm without confining socks at night. First told the fabric in half and put a seam along both sides. This creates the inside pocket. Next flip it inside out so the seams are hidden. Then place a seam directly down the center, starting about 3 inches from the top. The seam is optional but for this DIY project a seam down the center was included so the child’s legs would not rub together since he wears a brace on one leg while he sleeps. Next fold down the top (fold it to the inside) and seam at the very bottom of the fold so you have a space (tunnel) for the draw string. Fleece is very useful because it can be folded down and put in the seam without having to put an actual hem in the fabric. A few stitches were placed right at the very edge of the top above the center seam (just don’t close the up the space where the draw string will go). Finally cut two tiny holes to each other approximately ¼ an inch apart to thread the draw string. MATERIALS: Half yard of fleece material and draw string. TOOLS: Scissors, sewing needle, thread, and other various sewing accessories. TITLE: Foot Pocket. WEBSITE: Adaptions 4 Kidz. REF:


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