This week’s reducing, reusing & recycling link round-up

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5 Responses to “This week’s reducing, reusing & recycling link round-up”

  1. Dyneshia says:

    LOL funny the “use a cute old apron as an instant cafe-style kitchen curtain” is mentioned.
    Recently I have been doing reverse. I have some yellow cafe-style curtains that had belonged to my grandmother. I have been making aprons out of them.
    I made some new curtains for the kitchen recently and since it’s the same theme (Coke) used the old “Coke curtains” to make an apron as well as cloth napkins.

  2. Stefanie says:

    When I was growing up, my mom used to take our old dresses, skirts, aprons and shirts and turn these into quilts. When the quilt got a little worn out, she turned the quilts into covers for our dog’s basket and also book bags for my siblings and me!

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  4. supergeeky says:

    OMG I love the idea. I have been wanting an apron for a long time and never thought to look at window curtains. I am gonna have to look for some at the thrift store or see if anyone is getting rid of some on freecycle.

  5. Valeria says:

    Go to local Freecycle online and offer you rounded items to someone who needs them.

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