If you’re trying to find an alternative to chemical-laden fabric softeners, you might want to give dryer balls a try. They help dry your clothes more quickly, soften and reduce static I’ve been using dryer balls for a couple of years now, but they are PVC…which is probably just as bad.
An alternative to PVC dryer balls is wool dryer balls. I’ve wanted to make wool dryer balls now for a while, but just haven’t. This easy tutorial for making your own wool dryer balls caught my eye in last week’s From The Farm Blog Hop, and I’ve chosen it as my favorite…and hopefully, it will motivate me to get those wool dryer balls made!
If you’d like to see what inspired me, just find “Dawn’s Favorite” below and click to visit. Be sure to visit the other great blogs, too. There’s a lot of wonderful favorites to choose from, plus a ton of blogs linked up this week so be sure to check them out! Link up your own blog posts, too…just follow the easy directions below.
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