Game – 100 uses for an old white queen-sized fitted sheet

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BetteTheRed

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anchored by some planks and rocks, a weedkiller for next seasons's veggie bed.
 

BetteTheRed

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Something to use as a biodegradable funeral shroud. (Jeez that's morbid0.
I like your idea, ninja. I've owned and buried a large number of critters (mainly feline and canine, but a lot of rodents, as well). I have often buried critters in a favourite, or nicely worn and soft, old clothing/towel. I think of it as sending them over the rainbow bridge with a comfy smell in their almost-heavenly noses.
 

Northwind

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Cut into smaller pieces and embroider art in it. Frame and display.
 

Carolla

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Rip into strips & use the strips to tie up your tomato plants to stakes - they're nice & soft, non-binding, and this garden hack was taught to me by an elderly veteran Italian tomato grower :)
 

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Something to put over a surface on which a couple is, um, coupling.:oops: Keep the surface clean (as possible).:cool:

this might be flying on saying to work. PerhapsThis might work fine on sand, dirt and grass, but not for a pile of straw - loose, stiff little dry stems would poke through. Quite uncomfortable.
 

Mendalla

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this might be flying on saying to work. PerhapsThis might work fine on sand, dirt and grass, but not for a pile of straw - loose, stiff little dry stems would poke through. Quite uncomfortable.
Haylofts are overrated, eh.;)

Temporary cover for an opening until a door can be installed.
 

Northwind

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Has anyone suggested a drop cloth for painting yet?
 

ChemGal

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If it's getting quite threadbare, it could make a pretty good row cover for some of the cabbage family plants - let in enough light & water but not the moths.
 
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