Roly-poly smushy baby thighs are my favourite. They are especially cute when they’re pantless and free – that is, when babies can crawl around in their diapers and you can kiss their sweet, dimply baby chub. I love letting my babies explore in their diapers in the summer. In fact, one of the very first DIYs here on my blog were these cute little baby leg warmers that cushioned my baby’s knees when she was crawling in her diaper. I still love these today with my third baby. I thought I’d finally make a video tutorial for you on how to make baby leg warmers from knee high socks… over 6 years after I posted my original tut!
These sweet baby leg warmers are so easy to sew – all they require are minimal sewing skills and a pair of knee-high socks.
Baby B likes to wear them while she’s toddling around in her Huggies® Little Movers Plus diapers we found at Costco.
We’re loving how soft and cushy these diapers are. And the double grip strips on the side tabs work so well – even after toddling around and *trying so hard* to walk for a few hours, these diapers are snug and comfy! To see more of Baby B’s chubby thighs and to learn how to sew these baby leg warmers, come watch my newest video on my YouTube channel, below:
Special thanks to Huggies® Little Movers Plus for helping make this DIY possible! Baby B and I are loving these diapers – they’re so soft and stretchy, and they’re perfect for my wiggly baby girl.
Disclosure: I am part of the Huggies Ambassador Campaign with Influence Central and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions in this post and this video are my own.