Storing tiny socks!

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  1. SugaryIris

    SugaryIris Well-Known Member

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    Hey ladies so I will shortly be sorting out the nursery organisation once I’ve had my baby shower and sorted out clothes etc, my question is what are your tried and tested hacks for storing these teeny tiny little clothes? Especially scratch mits and socks!

    we have a changing table/set of drawers and also and Ikea cube system. I was thinking of maybe some boxes or drawer dividers in the drawers? Then probably use the ikea cubes for bigger things like toys etc.
     
  2. Kitana

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    I have dividers in the drawers, I got them at Ikea btw! They are cheap and fit well!x
     
  3. WinterWolf

    WinterWolf Well-Known Member

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    I've got a little rope basket in one of her draws for socks/mittens and another one for bows etc.
     
  4. MoominGirl

    MoominGirl Well-Known Member

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    I just had them all in a small drawer.

    What I did find was scratch mitts just wouldn't stay on so were more hassle than they were worth. Body suits with built in scratch mitts were WAY better.

    Socks were another nightmare at staying on. He basically lived in baby grows for the early weeks but once he way bigger I totally recommend sock one. Look on Amazon. They really did keep socks on his feet and I wish I'd discovered them sooner!
     
  5. Niknaknoo

    Niknaknoo Well-Known Member

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    My mum crocheted a little basket thing for us, a small one I used for socks and a bigger one I used for muslins and dribble bibs. second the sock ons, they are fab and a go to gift that I always buy for friends having babies now. I actually got some in Sainsbury’s recently that had little rattles on them too.
     
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