We all know that fabric is a healthy addiction - no doubt it s cheaper than therapy! Creative, warm and interesting people walk through the doors each and every day. I learn something every day from the people I meet.
Last week I had the pleasure of a conversation with a customer buying muslin to make nut milk bags. True to my curious nature, I had to know about this. She and her daughter make home made nut milks from almonds and others. The muslin is used to make strainer bags. [I have replaced my cow's milk with almond milk in cereal for a while now and love it.] With a high powered blender it seems easy (and certainly seems better than drinking it out of a box). I found directions and the photo above from rawist.com.