Have you ever thought about what's in those expensive dryer sheets you use on laundry day? Most contain chemicals that permeate your clothes and linens. Hmmmm. Why not make something that costs just pennies and is environmentally friendly?

Dryer balls are felted wool balls that fluff your laundry and reduce static. With just a few items (old panty hose, yarn, and scraps of felt) you can make several of these little gems in no time using this easy tutorial we found on Fiberartsy.com.



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