Wednesday, July 21, 2010

What am I?

Am I a nana, a hippy or an environmentalist? Am I grotesque, feral or tight? Am I thrifty, prudent or savvy? I'm not sure what name people would use to describe me.....but to be honest I don't really mind.

To me it just makes sense..........Lets call it Nana's Mathematics!!

1 old towel



Equals 6 new rags!



I've never claimed to be Einstein but isn't it just smart thinking!!

12 comments:

angelina said...

now ive got a footrot flats towel thats just DYING for such a make over....:) well done!!

zofia said...

You're a nanna? then me too. I cannot bear to throw towels out! I overlock and finish the edge to keep using, and yep, then there's always rags. :)

Little Ted Canvas said...

I love it! Nothing wrong with being called Nana when you can be so thrifty!

Sandrine said...

Cool, add water and they multiply...just like gremlins :)hehehe I must be silly nana :)Great idea ideed!x

Kerry said...

A nobel prize on its way to you for sure! And really, why wouldn't any of us do this? Laziness aside!

Jennifer said...

Great idea. Not too long ago I cut up a knit sheet that had a big tear in it into about 100 small hankies. It was so much easier than stitching it back up. I call you resourceful :)

Cath @ chunkychooky said...

yep, we are a big fan here of the towel becoming the cloth/ rag. they are perfect for it. I would call you CLEVER! ( with grea style and taste!) x

m.e (Cathie) said...

well done you!
I have all these terry toweling nappies I plan to do the same with.
mine a just a tad boring though

Gina said...

You are a savvy-hippy-nana with your head screwed on!

Kate Bruning said...

Nothing wrong with that and you could never be called a nanna because you are just TOO beautiful and young. What are you? Fabulous.

katiecrackernuts said...

I am sorry, do people BUY cleaning rags? I think not. Not in my house. Old towels, socks, might even stretch to the nana undies soon (as soon as I have pairs to dispose of) :)

Levin said...

i love this post - it's hard to say what you are, but i think you are good :)
good as in clever (to make them)
and good as in kind (to the world)
l
x