Save money using, recycling and repurposing flannel. Flannel
is a very versatile, thrift friendly fabric. It is soft, so it is great
for cleaning many delicate items, as well as waxing furniture and cars.
It serves well as a dust rag, as it picks up dust and holds it in the fibers.
You can wrap it around a pole and dust the high areas of your home like the top
of ceiling fan blades. It is also frugal because once used it can be washed and
Pieces of flannel can also be used for craft
projects, quilts, and doll clothes; for mending, clothing accents, or as the
final layer on a display board for quilters.
Most people own flannel clothing. When flannel clothing
is no longer wearable, save money on your clothing purchase by recycling the
useable part of the fabric.
some more frugal tips to save money on
- Buy flannel when it goes on
sale or with a coupon from a fabric store.
- Make quilts from small pieces
- Make diapers from flannel.
- Make washcloths from flannel.
- Use flannel for sanitary