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PLARN Crochet

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Tamar Greenberg hennietomorrow

PLARN Crochet

28/03/2016 at 13:07

I don’t have a machine, and was wondering if plastic bags can be used to make filament.
Meanwhile I cut the bags by hand to prepare plarn, and use old-time crafts, such as crochet, to turn them into products.

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warrior
03/04/2016 at 07:03
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wow that looks consuming but very inspiring! Nice job. Is it difficult to learn?

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starter
16/04/2016 at 00:16
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Dave, there are lots of videos on Youtube that teach both crochet and knitting.
Tamar, you are awesome! I never thought of this as a way to use up old bags. I have plans to make a bottle stringer that cuts plastic bottles into very long thin strips that can be braided into rope, woven into mats or baskets, etc.

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new
21/04/2016 at 16:28
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Hi Tamar , is it possible to knitt a bag using the reused plastic which is cut by the machine ?

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