Using Felt Remnants

Follow these clever ideas for using felt remnants.

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Organizational expert Amy Ellison explains two ways to use felt remnants:

Cut leftover remnants of felt into coaster-size squares and then whipstitch the edges for a decorative finish (see photo).

Another option is to sew two squares together with whipstitching, leaving one edge open. Tuck some potpourri into the toe of a cutoff piece of pantyhose and knot the end. Slip the potpourri into the felt and sew off the final edge. Felt can be handwashed and laid flat to dry.

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