Use for Cotton Poly Neckpieces

I have a lot of new neck pieces that were used with Multiples, Multitudes and Units clothing. Any suggestions what to do with them?

I thought of ebay, but there doesn't appear to be much demand.

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They are cotton/poly interlock, approx 15" by 14" and are sewn in a tube shape. These are the dimensions when the tube is laid out flat. Some patterned and some solid.

Thanks,
Holly

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September 29, 20050 found this helpful

If you sew, you could make a quilt top from the pieces.

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October 2, 20050 found this helpful

Perhaps you could resize the pieces, and make the neck coolers that are so popular. Here is a link with a pattern and the source of the crystals that you put inside.

http://www.p2de  m/ShipCooler.htm

Harlean from Arkansas

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December 22, 20060 found this helpful

why not ebay! I have been looking for those for a long time!!

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January 2, 20070 found this helpful

To ilovethe80's&90's

I need to find the neckpieces - never did anything with them except store in a bag.

Did you want the shoulder pads, too?

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