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stitchellen Posted - 03/14/2013 : 07:45:34 AM
I have a wicker wastebasket that I use for all of the wool yarn bits that I trim from my knitting, as well as leftover yarn too scanty to use for knitting. I use the accumulated bits to stuff knitted toys. It mixes well with catnip that I use for stuffing knitted "mice" that I make for extended family cats each Christmas, too.
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kare Posted - 03/14/2013 : 5:40:32 PM
Sounds like a great idea...and now I'll know what to do with them.
robinstephanie Posted - 03/14/2013 : 08:40:56 AM
That's a great idea, stitchellen. I always wonder what to do with those little bits and bites. I keep them, but they're just accumulating at this point.

Robinsteph

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