Project: Rock Your Socks! Stuffed Sock Snake
Video Tutorial: socks
World Down Syndrome Day is observed annually on March 21 to raise public awareness of Down syndrome, a congenital disorder caused by having an extra 21st chromosome. This year’s theme is socks, so this is perfect – because we ALL have extra socks with lost mates strewn around the house. And this craft does not require any sewing, so it’s perfect for kiddos of all ages!
1. Stuff an old sock with fiber fill, cotton batting, cotton balls, or other single socks.
2. Tie off the end with a piece of yarn or ribbon.
3. Use old buttons, googly eyes, pom-poms or circles cut from felt to give your snake (or caterpillar) eyes.
4. Use scraps of felt or material cut into shapes to decorate its back. You can use lengths of yarn, ribbon or even elastics to define its body in sections. Use your imagination!
This project is inspired and sponsored by an angel donor.
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