I've been eyeing boot socks since they started popping up on pinterest last winter,
but £30 for a pair of socks didn't thrill me. So I decided to do it myself.
It's ridiculously simple.
1) Pick a sweater that just doesn't fit quite right.
2) Cut off the sleeves.
3) Fold the ends into the sleeve and try it on. Adjust so that the fold hits 1-2 inches above
your boot cuff.
4) Sew two hems: one .5-.25 inches from the fold, the other 5-6 inches below the fold.
And you're done!
Of course, if you're feeling crunched for time, you could always skip the sewing... you'll
just risk the socks falling down.