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Huh. I like to knit my dishrags personally, but I love the idea of using these for face scrubbies. I'm thinking this'll take up less room, too.
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I've done something similar for years. Old sheets, old clothes, whatever. I usually cut the sheets so it don't frey much.
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Hello. I have a similar problem. I know that I've favorited plenty of instructables but, when I go to click on the Favorites option on the drop down menu under You, all I get are comments I've made. Did a recent update happen requiring me to do something or all my favorites gone?
Probably should've clarified that I meant point proctectors for knitting needles. Bought a few that don't quite fit but they work on these chopsticks for some reason. I was going to glue on the bead but, after a quick sanding, it fits quite snuggly on the end. Might still glue it, anyway.
Handy little trick. I knitted haramaki (belly warmers) a few months ago, but then lost a few pounds. They're too big to fit snugly but not big enough to bother pulling it apart and re-kintting. This is the perfect solution since shawl pins tend to be pricey.
I'm thinking about gluing a large wooden bead or the like on one end to keep it from slipping off. A point protector seems to work for the pointy bit.
Nice color. I used tea. It left a nice brown/orange on it. I kinda like the lighter patches left by how I submerged my shirts.
Yeah, you can't really brush with dreadlocks, but that's okay. The aloe/alcohol mix was mainly a gel, so it was the convenience of a liquid without the fear of getting it in your eyes.
Hmm. Intresting. I remember using aloe gel and wintergreen scented rubbing alcohol back when I had dreadlocks. It was nice for days I didn't feel like wet hair half the day. Didn't realize they sold dry shampoo.
You might be able to find it on-line if no local shops carry it. Amazon has several brands of it. My guess is a natural/organic shop might have it. If a local supermarket has a decent selection of natural products, check there. I found some clays in one near me.
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Oh, I do that on a smaller scale. I saved the containers from rubbing alcohol and peroxide and made little shelves for bathroom stuff and storing crayons. I also use salsa jars and corn starch containers to store spice I use a lot of, like thyme and tumuric.Nice to see other people do this as well.
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