Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Recycling spotlight: Upcycled airplane socks

For the past week or so, I have been working on this

It took two pairs of airline socks - the white was from Singapore airlines and the red from Qantas. We went on a number of long haul trips last year and four people multipled by 4 long haul trips is a lot of socks.

Then I motivated the girls to do these. They just require a single sock, stuffing and rubberbands - no scissors or needles. They are supposedly one of the many presents being planned for Ramya for her birthday.

Sophia made this. But we still have to work out the hair.

Anjali made this. She put in effort to sew up the "hat" using ladder stitches.
And if you turn it upside down, it becomes a rabbit. We have to add in the facial features though.

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