Tie-Dye Sequins Socks
You will need some elastic trim for this style. Lace, sequins and ribbon are all notions that can be found with stretch in them. To see if your notion has stretch, simply pull to the left and right; if it stretches like elastic then it is a stretch trim.
Use scissors to cut off the sleeves just beneath the armpit curve area. Repeat for both sleeves.
Measure around your upper calf. Subtract one inch from that measurement. You want the sock to stay up when it is around your leg, but not be too snug where it is uncomfortable. Cut the stretch trim to size based on your prior measurement. Cut two strips, one for each sock.
Pin the edge of the stretch trim to the back seam of the sleeve, one inch away from the sleeve’s hem. Pull the stretch trim all the way around to the other side, and pin the other edge to the opposite seam. (You have just made a circle around the top of your sock with the stretch trim.)
Use a zigzag stitch on your sewing machine to attach the stretch trim to the sock. If the trim is wide, do one stitch along the top and another along the bottom. Make sure to pull the trim as you sew; if you do not, you may not be able to pull the sock onto your leg because it will be too tight.
Repeat for other sock and you are finished. Simply slip sock on over your calf, slip on boot and enjoy.