Friday, January 23

How to Recycle yarn from a sweater

Remember when I blogged about reusing yarn from sweaters to make new things? Well I just stumbled upon an excellent free instruction on how to unravel the yarn from the sweater step by step. So if you've got sweaters you want the yarn from but are frustrated with how to get it apart, check out this page from Neauveau fiber arts.



6 comments:

Vinay Rai said...

Recycling is a must in this world , especially these days when everyone is running short of money and resources. I think its a wonderful idea to share the tips for making use of old things which are normally thrown as a waste to actually recycle them into something more useful.

Le-Chat said...

Hi, thanks for the comment on my blog! I found you this morning just before work, so I had no time to contact you, but I was already planning to. I favour anybody who writes about recycling yarn. Also very pleased to find my friend recyclecindy (My Recycled Bags) featured here. I you want to write about me pick anything you like. Thank you so much in advance. I'll put Art of Recycling on my blogroll later on tonight.

Avogana said...

Thank you Vinay Rai. I agree, it's very important. I'm glad the green movement is picking up in popularity and now that the economy is bad it's proving to be a way to save people money as well.

Rachat de credit said...

Nice tips on how to recycle yarn from a sweater. Highly detailed and very excellent advices. Thank you

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