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Put 20 nails every 2 cm. With your hammer, firmly plant the nails into the board onto each of the 20 dots.
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Revision as of 11:29, 12 March 2019

Tutorial de avatarCharlotte | Categories : Hygiene

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This tutorial aims to provide another life to your old cloth or pieces of cloth by doing an eco-friendly sponge.

Difficulty
Very easy
Duration
15 minute(s)
Cost
0 EUR (€)
Other languages:
English
License : Attribution (CC BY)

Video overview

Materials

Old thick stockings, tights or socks

Old cloth

Tools

A wooden board (at least 16-20cm per side)

20 nails

scissors

a hammer

a pencil

a ruler

Step 1 - Create the weaving loom

Use your pencil and ruler to draw a square 12cmx12cm.

Put 20 nails every 2 cm. With your hammer, firmly plant the nails into the board onto each of the 20 dots.

Step 2 - Prepare the cloth

Choose a sock that can stretch over 12 cm. 

Use your scissors to cut 10 rings of 4 cm width on your socks.

Step 3 - Attach the rings

Attach the rings to the nails vertically, only in one side.

Attach 5 rings vertically (see image).

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