Draft Stoppers for Windows

By Marinelle Stone 1 9

I want to make draft stoppers to lay at the base of my windows. The idea is to sew a tube of fabric and fill it with something to hold its form. The question is what can I stuff it with that will fill in that right angle between the window and the ledge; and, I hope, be washable.

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By Annette 16 56 Flag

November 11, 2005

How about sand or rice, both would be pliable.

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

November 13, 2005

I have made these with stuffing you use to make stuffed animals, etc. Can make as stiff or loose as you want it to be.

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

November 15, 2005

That sounds like a good way to get rid of those single sox that pile up.. and theyre washable

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