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    Super Member wanderingcreek's Avatar
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    My MIL used them as stuffing for outdoor pillows. They dried quickly and were very soft to sit on as she really stuffed them full.

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    I use mine for everything.Trash bags,kitty litter,lids,covers,hair wrap for dyes,or perms,you can make purses,bags,rugs,tube tops,belts,handles for your home made purse,mixing meat loaf,etc.So many uses.I even grab extra if I can.I bought 2 big rolls on ebay for $15.00 I think.1000 bags,just because I use them so much.Have one downstairs,one upstairs.I also use them as a glove if I don't want to touch something,like a dead animal.So many uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wanderingcreek
    My MIL used them as stuffing for outdoor pillows. They dried quickly and were very soft to sit on as she really stuffed them full.
    That's a good idea.

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    I was going to say crochet rugs, bags etc, but I see someone already has.

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    Here is a great idea: a plastic bag wedding dress!!!!!

    http://people.tribe.net/1ea907a2-d30...f-ba3cb080084c

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonrise
    Emergency bathing suit, in case you leave your regular suit at home! :mrgreen:

    (Just kidding! ;) )


    :lol: :roll: :-D :oops:
    You made me burst out loud laughing!!! Thanks!!!

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    I stuff an old pillow sham with the plastic sacks and let my cats "make biscuits" on them for their beds. When they are dirty I unstuff, wash the sham, and restuff. The fuller I can get the sham, the more they like it. Let's them safely play with crinkly sacks that they love so much!

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