Sunday, April 22, 2012
As I was doing my spring cleaning I came across random little bits of wool yarn. None of which contained enough yarn to really knit anything sufficient with. At that time I recalled seeing a "how to" on making dryer balls so I decided to give it a try. All dryer balls really are are felted wool balls, that's really it and essential oils if you want. I ended up making a few batches of them and decided to keep the funny ones for myself. But dryer balls are rather helpful. With dryer balls your laundry will come out softer and faster than any dryer sheet could do. Dryer balls have been shown to reduce static, make laundry softer, and cut back on dryer time. And less dryer time means less energy used, saving you money.