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  • Gloria Villamarzo

    A pretty use for a common kitchen item ... New Use: Colander as Knitting Assistant

  • Annie Munn

    Colander as Knitting Assistant. Less expensive than a pottery yarn bowl but would work just as well.

  • Linda Pelsoh

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

  • Ninoska Perez

    New Use: Colander as Knitting Assistant - To prevent balls of yarn from tangling, string the end of each through a colander hole.

  • Carole Hayward

    My mind is blown! I've been knitting and crocheting for decades--this is an amazing idea. Use a colander to keep yarn or twine from getting tangled.

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