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I am always looking for things that work more naturally, more green, than the toxins we find in practically everything, even dryer sheets or those long chemical names is ...
Supplies: Felting wool Scissors Nylon hose (mine are black) Polyester yarn (scrap piece, not shown) Washer and Dryer Yarn needle
Find the start of the yarn and wrap it around your first 3 fingers 5 times. Remove from your fingers and wrap the yarn tightly around the bundle ...
Fold the bundle in half and wrap the yarn around the new little ball.
Keep wrapping the yarn around evenly, making a small ball.
Turn the ball 90° and wrap evenly around the whole ball again. By this point the ball should be just larger than a golf ball. Cut off the ...
Add the ball to the toe of the hose, and pull it tight, a tie piece of yarn and around the hose to allow the ball to be ...
Put the hose full of wool line balls into the washer and run the washer load with HOT, HOT, HOT, water add a towel or pair of jeans ...
Remove the balls from the hose.
Add the second layer of yarn. This will go twice around, with a 90° turn between the two layers. Cut the end of the yarn.
Use a yarn needle to run the tail of the yarn through the center of the yarn ball.
Again add the balls to the hose, tying the hose between the balls. Again run them through a hot wash and a hot dryer. Remove from the hose. ...
Put them in the dryer and let them do their job each time you run it. Been using them for a month now. They work really well. Enjoy!
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