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Easy DIY Wool Dryer Balls

By: Tracy from thethingswellmake.com
Easy DIY Wool Dryer Balls
Easy DIY Wool Dryer Balls
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Do you ever feel that your clothes just aren't getting dried in the dyer? After you make these Easy DIY Wool Dryer Balls, you just might cut the drying time that is used on a load of towels, sheets, and other heavy items. These wool dryer balls won't take long to make and can be upcycled from an old sweater that you no longer wear but can't bear to discard. These dryer balls are budget-friendly and are a nifty homemaking project to keep in mind. If you are attending a bridal shower or housewarming party in the future, then consider making a set of these wool dryer balls as a small token gift. They're sure to be appreciated!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsYarn

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

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I hope these work as well as stated. This would be a great gift for those holiday homemade baskets. It is always the little things that mean a lot to me. These would be used and not just thrown in a drawer somewhere to take up space.

I wish I did have a wool item that I could make this right away. However, I do know where I can find a wool item. I frequent the local thrift stores and they are just now beginning to change out the summer for the winter wear. I know I can find an article to make these. I am all about reducing the dryer time.

Wow! That IS really easy.

Such a great idea! I can't wait to try this )

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