Thanks for stopping by today!
It's been a while and I think I'm ready for a new challenge.
Rane wrote me a few months back:
Like most of you, I throw away lint from the dryer.
I only recently started keeping it in this bag.
I must admit, lint isn't very attractive.
But it reminds me of fiber fill.
I got myself a few fabric scraps:
I cut them into circles.
Then sewed a running stitch around.
I pulled the thread slightly so the fabric bunched up.
Then stuffed it with dryer lint!
Pulled the thread all the way to
seal the edge & then knotted the thread.
Here's the result:
TADA! I made little fabric balls
out of dryer lint & scrap fabric.
Then I attached them on the head of
these tacks with hot glue:
Note: The tacks get hot when hot glue is applied -- this
may burn your fingers. To avoid this, pin the tacks to a cork board,
add a bead of hot glue, then add the fabric ball.
Allow to dry and pull away any excess glue.
Another TADA! -- push pins!
These will dress up any cork board at home,
in school or at the office.
See you again tomorrow!