Green stuff

The latest project – a green, “green” stole, knit out of recycled t-shirts – the ones too ripped, stained, shapeless to donate.
Linen stitch makes a flat stole with straight edges. Dividing each t-shirt strip (you cut them in a spiral, like peeling an apple in one strip) in two makes it (more or less) symmetrical.
Cool for campus ministry, summer services in the great outdoors where everyone who’s anyone is wearing a t-shirt, and any venue that appreciates reusing, recycling, and creativity.
Finished photos coming soon!

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About Rosalind C Hughes

Rosalind C Hughes is a priest and author living near the shores of Lake Erie. After growing up in England and Wales, and living briefly in Singapore, she is now settled in Ohio. She serves an Episcopal church just outside Cleveland. Rosalind is the author of A Family Like Mine: Biblical Stories of Love, Loss, and Longing (Upper Room Books, 2020). She loves the lake, misses the ocean, and is finally coming to terms with snow.
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1 Response to Green stuff

  1. Beth Billings says:

    Hhmmmm, cotton is so much softer than plastic.

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