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What to do with 22ft of excess wool fabric?

gamelan

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Wanted to get some thoughts on what to do with 22ft (2 - 11' x 10") of excess wool fabric that I picked up at a carpet factory in Tibet. The original thought was to make a scarf but the fabric is really rough, a little softer than a burlap sack. Or is there a way to soften the fabric? Also, while I've posted this in the clothing section, I'm open to other home decorating ideas.



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You could attemptnthe world's most comfortable suicide
 

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Sew softer fabric onto the reverse and keep it a scarf
Table runner
Place mats
Pot holders
Coasters
Wrap around wood picture frame
Just hang it on the wall
 

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make the world's largest snuggie
God damn you
 

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1. Make a knit tie out of it.
2. Get PG to wear it and take pictures.
3. Watch the MC forum get into a frenzy
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4. Profit
 

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