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  1. Kitchen Six

    I just stumbled on this article while trying to lessen single use stuff in our house. I am entirely amused and enthralled. Love this tutorial and your humor. Thanks for the giggles this morning.

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  3. Thanks for this tutorial! Very helpful and I love your writing and humor. Going to make some dryer babies. :)

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  1. […] You can learn how to make your own here at Crunchy Betty’s blog […]

  2. […] few days ago, I made a couple of felted dryer balls. I roughly followed this tutorial, and plan to use them instead of fabric softener sheets in my dryer. I find that things get pretty […]

  3. […] I made a set of felted wool dryer balls out of an old sweater. I followed the tutorial from Crunchy Betty and would say that the process went rather well. I’m probably going to stitch a […]

  4. […] tumble around with our drying laundry, soften it, and knock out static electricity. I followed this tutorial but used polyester fiberfill for the middle of mine. I also ended up wet felting them some by hand […]

  5. […] with felting dryer balls and learning how to spin yarn (I just got a drop spindle from Maine woods yarn and fiber), my other […]

  6. […] directions I found the most helpful from Crunchy Betty. This site also tells you how to use them once […]

  7. […] I did find this post from Crunchy Betty to be quite helpful in the actual making of the balls, and got to work as soon […]

  8. […] I’d mix it with a few other wool sources to recreate these small pincushions. I followed this tutorial and simply made the balls smaller. The insides of the pincusions were old wool socks from when we […]



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