What more can you make out of a worn tennis ball which cannot be further used for playing you may end it in garbage or give it to your dog but there are several amazing ways it can be used and these are few of them:
Last week we came across these tiny sea urchin shells at a beach shop, thin and light as eggshells. What to do with them? Light them up with LEDs, of course!
We've seen sea urchin lamps before, but they've always been made with large (i.e., sturdy) and colorful ones. In contrast, these tiny ones might be better to hang around christmas lights like little paper lanterns.
I Hope we all like a stylish fingerless glove, it looks fashion and fun to wear on a bike ride, boxing and on winter so lets try to make one from household scrap , but all u should have is time , a sewing machine if u know to sew or a good sewer who can sew for u and a good shade of socks
Cut the toe section off of the socks. Depending on the length of the stockings, you may have enough for 2 pair as
Using a straight stitch on sewing machine, sew a backwards check mark through both layers. sew a little more than 2" on the long side -- you can use your own hand to determine exactly how long you want that seam.
Tip: if you're using dark socks, and you want to mark your stitch line before sewing, a sliver of dry soap makes a great marking tool.
Cut just outside the seam you just sewed, and then cut off the top of the thumb.
I wanted a more rustic look, so I sewed the outside, leaving the seam visible. If you would like to hide the seam, turn the stocking inside out to sew.
While stretch knits won't ravel if left unfinished, and bottom edges with a simple overcast stitch on sewing machine.
And if u spare some good time u can make a good one