Old Dropcloth Gets New Job in Laundry Room

January 4th, 2012 in member junk     
MakinItHappen MakinItHappen, member
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A towel for the laundry sink.
Now to make a cover for that ugly detergent bottle.
Much better with a bottle cozy and an iron-on transfer. (I can still dispense the detergent with this on.)
Icky drain pipe before.
Drain pipe is out of sight and out of mind!
A towel for the laundry sink.

A towel for the laundry sink.


I have a huge canvas drop cloth that has performed various outdoor duties such as protecting the hot tub from the summer sun. It has some mildew spots, and the fabric is getting a bit weak, but after a good wash, it is being transformed for new uses. In addition to these, I may also make a floor cloth with part of it.

Clip-art designs courtesy of The Graphics Fairy

http://graphicsfairy.blogspot.com/

 


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, laundry room, towel, drop cloth

Comments (5)

CountryDesignStyle writes: That cozy for the ugly laundry bottle is priceless! WOW! Posted: 7:24 am on February 11th
DecorMadeSimple writes: Great idea for hand towels. I have covered pillows and made slipcovers with drop clothes. I love the rustic look of the fabric after it's been washed.

I've also made floor clothes, if you need any help let me know. Posted: 3:27 pm on February 10th
suewhitney writes: Very cool!! So many great uses for a drop cloth. Who would have thunk it!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 7:18 am on January 7th
gadgetsponge writes: Way to stretch that drop cloth out! Great transformation on the laundry room. The old illustrations really make them pop. Posted: 2:00 pm on January 5th
annebell writes: Talk about resourceful! I think it's great that you took an old drop cloth and made so many cute things from it! I love the graphics, and that laundry detergent cozy is adorable. Posted: 1:25 pm on January 5th
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