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    Great site, thanks!

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    I love the recycle of old garden hose's. I see them in the recycle bins quite often. I think I will re-recycle some.

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    I couldn't find the garden hose recycle, and would like to see it. There are a lot of old hoses around here that I could do SOMETHING with Should I just go to Pinterest Fails?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitchit123 View Post
    I love the recycle of old garden hose's. I see them in the recycle bins quite often. I think I will re-recycle some.
    Liked that idea too, but in reading the tute I don't quite know how she connects another hose...just butts them together? Not an explanation on how to......also when she cuts those ties, is that then the underside of that rubber rug?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBQUILTIN View Post
    I couldn't find the garden hose recycle, and would like to see it. There are a lot of old hoses around here that I could do SOMETHING with Should I just go to Pinterest Fails?
    I played on that site for quite a while. Saw no garden hoses. I use foot-or-two-long pieces from my old hoses to protect my trees from the wire I use to tie my young trees to stakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geri B View Post
    Liked that idea too, but in reading the tute I don't quite know how she connects another hose...just butts them together? Not an explanation on how to......also when she cuts those ties, is that then the underside of that rubber rug?
    Apparently you found the site for the garden hoses. Did any one else find it? I haven't seen it, and have a few garden hoses I could use for something besides protecting my trees.
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    I followed the link and just scrolled down some and there was the rug made of garden hoses and zip ties. And it has a link to the actual tutorial.

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    Thanks for sharing..

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    My grandson made the garden hose rug for their patio.

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