If you’ve ever washed fabric without stitching along the cut edges, chances are that you’ve run into some stuff like this. Tangled threads you have to cut away before pressing the yardage. This soft bit of fluff appeared after I washed out some recent hand dyed fabrics and the colors were too lovely to be tossed away. There must be something I can do with this stuff.
Apparently, I’m not the only one who finds the tangle a bit, well, tantalizing. I suppose I could try to spin those twists into fibers, but to be honest, I don’t relish combing out that mess. Maybe I could use it for stuffing pincushions, or cat toys.
I guess I could just chew on the idea a while.
What? What do you mean we can’t eat this stuff? It’s perfectly scrumptious.
Fine, then. See if I care.