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Cozying up in a favorite sweater is one of the distinct pleasures of autumn.One of Millman's favorite ways to reuse sweaters: Collect a bunch of creamy-hued ones, in one type of knit or perhaps several, and cut them up to make a blanket, pillow or rug.Those dreadful Christmas sweaters of old can be transformed into new Christmas stockings; other heavily patterned and colorful sweaters make great rugs.If you then machine-dry the sweater, you'll end up with a "felted" material, popular in crafting circles, where the fibers smush together.Sweater-knit wool rugs are in West Elm's fall collection. Betsy Olmsted's Acid Knit rug for Deny Designs prints a knit pattern in psychedelic hues on a flatweave rug.
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