3.30.2009

Ok - I have a threadbare, cotton jersey sheet (queen-size) that is simply too ratty to go back on my bed. Do I:

a) turn it into a chair-fort for the kids
b) rip it up into dust rags
c) save it for a craft project or some burst of domesticity that will really never happen
c) other

What say you, oh internets?

13 comments:

  1. toss it...or donate it. shelters are always looking for sheets.

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  2. do you really dust? I am awestruck.

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  3. I say Crafty. Dress 'em up as kids from Annie for Hallowe'en. Capes! Fairy Wings. Use it for Hobo bags and pretend to leave home (You OR the kids...).

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  4. I was thinking about this today. this is why people used to make patchwork quilts!
    but my vote is A. with the option of turning it into a potato stamping/tiedye (or other crafty type thing) canvas later.

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  5. rags, fo sho. I never have enough rags. And when they get really narly you can just toss them. Maya thinks you should make pug clothing out of it.

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  6. I'm with Bea.
    A then B, its the natural order of things.

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  7. The loser in me is shouting B! B! B!

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  8. Dust rags. Save a bit of it for when your oldest wants to sew - it's a nice fabric to sew little things out of.

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