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#1 of 9 Old 07-06-2008, 12:55 PM - Thread Starter
 
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What is a good way to reuse/recycle old torn stained clothes?

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I just make rags.

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Oops! I see aliceincolo already asked this question. Sorry I did not read before I posted :

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-Patches(if any good material exsists), for doll quilts/barbie clothes
-rags
-diaper liners
-liners for under those yucky sauce containers that always leak in the fridge

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Cut long strips and tie knots and make dog chew toys

All cotton stuff can actually be composted

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My parents use old t-shirts to tie up their tomato plants so that they don't fall over.
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I re-purpose into misc craft/clothing/toy projects.
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I just found this link! Looks like some fun ideas!

http://thismomsews.wordpress.com/200...cycled-sewing/
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Shredding them and then using them as cushion fillers.
Can be washed easily, including the cover.

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