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Give away to new mothers.
Donate to a children's/woman's shelter.
Let children use for dressing up baby dolls.
Collect old jeans, cut them into usable pieces, and sew together into a duffle bag, change purse, etc. (Some sewing skills required.)
When making cut-off shorts, save the pant legs and give them to your puppies. They make great tug-of-war items.
Cut into 6x6 squares, sew together and fringe out to make a quilt. (Rachel)
Give old socks to your kids for sock puppets.
Take old socks camping. Bunch them up for thickness and use for pot holders.
Use for dusting around the house.
Tie into a knot and use as a dog toy.
Keep an old hat and gloves in your car for emergencies
Use old winter coats for snow blowing, camping, etc (so you don't ruin a good coat). (Jack)
Remove pompons from winter hats and give to the cat to play with. (Carrie)
Use old mittens for dusting around the house.
Use for rags.
Cut the elastic bottoms off of sweats and use as scrunchies.
Cut small circles out of thicker material and use as "stoppers" for cabinet doors or as appliance "feet."
Make a quilt out of your child's favorite clothes and give to their children. (Henning)
Use old long-sleeved shirts as a smock for children who are painting.
Donate to shelters or charities.
Take pieces from old clothing (which are unfit to be reused) and make them into a patchwork quilt or pillow.
Cut clothing into small pieces and use as dryer sheets with a liquid dryer sheet alternative. (Marie)
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