|What do you do with all those scraps of fleece |
and roving that every spinner has build up
in baskets and bags and bins? Make wool felt balls.
A couple years ago I read an article in Mary Jane magazine about using them as dryer balls. You just pop a few of the wool felt balls that we always have around the house into the dryer and they cut down on the time it takes to dry clothes and take the static out. We tried it, and they do work that way. We also found they have a far more important function in the dryer.
|Solid wool felt dryer balls that |
the gnomes have not yet traded out.
And no, I have no idea where they take them, any more than I have any idea where missing pens go. But I do think the parallel universe must be a pretty, fun place. And I bet gnomes never have cold feet.