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Why waste money on store-bought craft fabricswhen you can easily make your own with the cotton balls you discard every day?
1) Many MANY cotton balls -used or new (more on this at step 6) 2) Basic hand-sewing kit or glue 3) Lots of time 4) A strong ...
It may take a while, but collect as many cotton balls as you can . It's easy to save them in a bag next to the bathroom counter ...
In order to assemble cotton balls into a 'fabric-like' shape, it's easiest to unravel the individual cottons balls from their 'cinnamon-bun' shape into long, thin strips of cotton. ...
Obviously individual cotton balls aren't going to make much of a fabric to work with, so there are two simple routes that can be taken to assemble larger ...
The other, much easier, way of connecting the unraveled cotton balls is simply to glue them to each other. This method is much faster, but the glue will ...
After repeating this process for the desired number of cotton balls, you will have made your very own fabric (which probably does have your blood, sweat, and tears ...
Some easy ways to personalize the fabric: 1) Use colored astringent/household cleaner to tint cotton balls. Clean and Clear brand astringents have wonderful shades of pink and ...
This up-cycled cotton ball fabric can be used for anything you'd do with store-bought fabric. I made this teddy bear (using the How Joyful Bear pattern available here) ...
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