DIY Hacky Sacks!
This is a great use for all
those socks missing a mate, or the foot portion of socks that
you already cut up to make Baby Legs or the Best Ever Hot/Cold
Packs! Surely you know some
young kids somewhere who would just love to have these
hacky sacks, now don't you???
- Socks or other fabric scraps!
Cut the foot portion of the sock, like this:
Serge one end closed.
(***If you don't have a serger, then turn the sock tube
inside out, sew one end closed, then sew the other end
mostly closed, leaving just enough of an opening to
funnel in your filler!) Then fill it up with corn or
If you have any little
helpers, this is a great project to let them help you
with!! Granted, you'll probably end up with corn spilled
all over the floor, but that's ok!
Smoosh your filling
down as much as possible, then serge (or finish sewing)
the other end closed.
And there you have your
cute hacky sacks!
Last, if you decided to
do this project yourself, please send me a photo of it
with your name and what state you're from! I've recently
decided to start featuring my readers' finished results.
Also, be sure to check out my DIY Hacky Sacks Game!!
Featured Reader's Results:
Teri B. from Kansas
used this tutorial to make hacky sacks for her
grandchildren! She doesn't have a serger, so she sewed
hers. Aren't they cute?
Want to leave comments about
Teri's hacky sacks? Go HERE! :)