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  • Anna Blum

    Inspiration For Moms: Six on Saturday: New Uses for Your Crock Pot

  • Portia Seater

    New uses for kitchen items. Section of new uses for old things.

  • Hannah Day

    Great idea for a colander - Knitting Assistant Inspiring new ways to use a bundt pan, cake stand, chip clips, and more kitchen items.

  • Katie Kat

    Colander yarn bowl for several balls

  • Linda Pelsoh

    Get creative with common household crafts and items that do double-duty 58 ways.

  • Nadine Camara

    Use a colander to keep yarn or twine from getting tangled. mmmmm good idea!

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Fabric balls - love the twine over the fabric. The core of the balls could be styrofoam. I would wind enough fabric to make them squishy. Then add twine. Or maybe yarn.

after looking at this link I am determined to have around ten different Christmas trees when I'm older... so many great ideas!

Tic Tac Boxes make the perfect spice holders for your brown bag lunch or picnic.

To prevent balls of yarn from tangling, string the end of each through a colander hole.

"Slide all the utensils you'll need into an oven mitt and use the fabric loop to hang it on your grill. No more burned steaks because you forgot the meat thermometer inside."

I love this telephone box yarn bombing, especially in light of this article originally printed in The Guardian in 1961:

joining ends of t-shirt yarn. love this diagram. need for when i finish cutting up my old sheets

Another t-shirt yarn necklace. Got to figure out how to do this

Yarn Care Chart by Stitch and Unwind* ✿⊱╮Teresa Restegui