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I would think you could get some 100% wool sweaters from the thrift store, cut and sew them into bags, add a drawstring and then felt them in the washer to create a tighter weave. I have not done this but I have worked in felting and this seems like it would work for your project. Just remember to leave room for shrinkage.
HeatherB ~ mama to 3 wonderful boys: 03/02; 09/04; 09/07 - and Eliana, 11/13/10!
Founder of Houston Birth Alternatives: Be Informed, Encouraged, Supported birth support group and aspiring midwife.
Ladies, you are terrific! Now, this is my first attempt at sewing... or even using wool, so I have a dumb question. How exactly do I lanolize and wash it? Just buy some lanolin and...?
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