Church volunteers spin cosmetic grocery bags into sleeping mats for a homeless

April 25, 2015 - garden totes

Church volunteers spin cosmetic grocery bags into sleeping mats for a homeless

Church volunteers spin cosmetic grocery bags into sleeping mats for a homeless

Tracy Davoust (left) works on a pad as she teaches other church volunteers how to spin cosmetic grocery bags into durable, easy-to-clean sleeping mats for a homeless race in her Durango, Colo., community.

Church volunteers spin cosmetic grocery bags into sleeping mats for a homeless

Church volunteers spin cosmetic grocery bags into sleeping mats for a homeless

It takes about 600 cosmetic bags to emanate any sleeping mat. The activity is a labor of adore and an event for brotherhood for a volunteers during First United Methodist Church.

Church volunteers spin cosmetic grocery bags into sleeping mats for a homeless

Church volunteers spin cosmetic grocery bags into sleeping mats for a homeless

The sleeping mats are done of what’s spin famous as ‘plarn’—plastic yarn.



Posted: Saturday, Apr 25, 2015 12:00 am

Church volunteers spin cosmetic grocery bags into sleeping mats for a homeless

By DALE RODEBAUGH/DURANGO (COLO.) HERALD

Fredericksburg.com

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DURANGO, Colo. — The rejected cosmetic grocery bag — prolonged maligned for a ubiquitousness, unsightliness and inability — might be vindicated.

Cindy Scholfield and 25 to 30 other volunteers from a First United Methodist Church in Durango have assimilated a labor of adore involving spent cosmetic bags—a plan that has swept a country.

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