Regifting and Recycling

Reader Contribution by Heidi Hunt
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Here at MOTHER EARTH NEWS, we are so fortunate to have readers who are innovative and talented, and who share their projects and ideas with us. You see many of them in the “Country Lore” section of the magazine. Here is one that is just right to start off the holiday gift-giving season:</font>
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<font face=”Times New Roman” size=”3″>”This denim apron was inspired by one in your <a title=”http://www.motherearthnews.com/Do-It-Yourself/Make-Your-Own-Denim-Apron-From-Recycled-Blue-Jeans.aspx” href=”https://www.motherearthnews.com/diy/recycled-jean-apron-zmaz08djzgoe” target=”_self”>Dec.2008/Jan.2009</a> issue. My relatives decided to exchange repurposed gifts this year, and this was mine. I call it the <font color=”navy”>'</font>Daisy Duke<font color=”navy”>'</font> design. </font>
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<font face=”Times New Roman” size=”3″>Thanks for all your great ideas.”</font>
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<i>Jennifer S. Moore<br />
Chesnee,  South Carolina</i>
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<em>Photo by Jennifer S. Moore</em>