This was one of the most fun projects I've completed in a while. These are wool dryer balls that you put in the dryer with your washed clothes and they are supposed to cut drying time and static by quite a bit! They are super easy and fun to make.
|Black yarn balls|
There are several tutorials out there, but basically, you wrap feltable wool yarn (not superwash) into balls, stick them in pantyhose or tights and wash and dry them a few times. Voila! Dryer balls!
I have a lot of black wool yarn, but wanted my balls colorful, so I used black wool for the middle then covered them with fun colored wool yarn.
|Black no more!|
|Wrapped in tights|
They are so cool! We tossed them around for a while. Doug juggled them. Lucca wanted to play fetch with them. I think I need to make a basket full. They are way better than stress balls!
|Our Sweet Pup, Lucca|
Have you ever made and/or used wool dryer balls? What do you think?