No... I am not trying to make a new fashion statement by dying all these hose. This is another project for Triennium and I'm just continuing what some good friends of mine have started. If you work with VBS, Sunday School, kids, youth, or special needs folks, then listen up! This all started as a joke and it has been sent all over the world.
What started out as a challenge between my friends Dick Porter and Glen Bannerman was turned into a book by Glenn and his daughters.
At the time, Dick was an executive with the Hanes Corporation and Glen was Professor of Outdoor Ministry at PSCE. Dick handed a box of Waste Hose to Glenn and said, "You say you can make something out of nothing so here you go..."
Glenn and his ARW class started creating all sorts of inexpensive toys out of the rejects. It saved the
This is a great book with lots of inexpensive ideas for recreation and play. For Information, go to the Craft Room on our website to find where to purchase the Waste Hose and the book. Share these links with any teachers that could use some inexpensive recreation stuff!
ingCheck out the pieces and parts to my most recent project, the Hoot Hoot Checkerboard Ottoman. I used Richloom Fabrics Hoot in Mercury Gray, paired with Black & White houndstooth and racer flag check. Now the waiting game starts as I patiently (haha) wait to get it back from the upholsterer! I'm looking forward to showing you the finished piece.