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Other Uses for Window Sheers

I have a pair of window sheers. Other than using them on the window is there something else I could do with them?

By jl16 from Richmond, MI

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February 22, 20110 found this helpful

Cut them into rectangles, fold in half and sew up two sides and tie with ribbon or cord to make simple sheer gift bags, Other squares will hold herbal bath tea mixtures or just soap slivers. Set a small amount of herbs or soap slivers in the center of a square of sheer. Bunch up and tie with ribbon leaving enough for a loop. Hang it over the faucet when running water into tub to make suds in bath or add fagrance of herbs or both if u combine them. Make a great wedding veil for dressup for little ones. if it is clean and fairly tightly woven, no reason could not be used like cheesecloth especially in several layers to strain cold foods like crushed berries for jelly or jam. These are just a few things off the top of my head

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February 26, 20110 found this helpful

Do you have a covered porch and want privacy or at least a romantic feel to it? Hang your old sheers out there. You can use them to make a bed canopy for a bedroom or you can cut them into strips to knit or crochet bags with. Good luck.

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