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- November 16, 2008 at 2:49 pm #266705
I had some dinner size cloth napkins I was no longer using, some were cotton and linen and have been recycled to serve as hand towels in my kitchen. I just picked up a guest towel holder at a thrift shop and it now sits next to my kitchen sink with my NEW hand towels. Sure has cut down on the use of paper towels. Thinking of sewing a few aprons out of the tablecloths that no longer match my dinning room decor. RECYCLE AND REUSE:grin:
- January 19, 2009 at 5:30 pm #410759
I like taking them and making pillows or pillow covers out of them. The edges are already finished so it is easy to sew them together then stuff them. If you get napkins on clearance (I have gotten napkins as low as $.10!) you can have new toss pillows for your couch or bed for under $5 bucks.
- January 19, 2009 at 6:25 pm #410771
I’ve done the pillow idea, it works great. You can also make plastic bag holders out of them. Gotta love the clearance aile. Can get some good stuff there.
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