Rane is a fabulous gal who threw a challenge my way:
Turn dryer lint from blah to TADA!
So I've been collecting lint in this bag every time
I did the laundry.
Similar to yesterday's craft, I made more fabric balls:
Step 1: Cut circles from fabric scraps (these are old t-shirts).
Step 2: Sew a running stitch all around.
Step 3: Pull the thread so the fabric becomes a little bowl.
Stuff the "bowl" with dryer lint.
Step 4: Pull the thread all the way, knot the end &
cut the thread.
Make as many fabric balls as you need.
String them together with crochet thread,
sandwiching a gold bead in between
each fabric ball.
TADA! I've a got a statement necklace
and I hardly spent anything!
I have to point out that dryer lint is flammable.
I know you won't be cooking, grilling or dancing around
a bonfire with this necklace around you, but do take