Hi I am looking for some people that buy there power off Trustpower. We have a large solar system on our house & we make hundreds of KW hours of power more than we use our self, With trustpower they will let us sell 50KW hours of power per person per month, At a cheaper rate than they pay for there power through trustpower, They do all the work & it just comes through on your normal Trustpower bill & doesn't change any deals or discounts that you already have with them. So if you would like some cleaner & cheaper power 20 cents per KW hour, PM me your account name & number & email address & I can set it up, then Trustpower will email you to confirm that you have agreed, then it is all automatic from there & every month it will show you your savings from there. You can phone me if you would like any more info 021961443
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Here at Curtain Clean we are big advocates of sustainability. Clean, re-use, recycle!
Help us reduce waste and have fun doing it with our little tutorial on how to turn a T-shirt into a re-usable bag.
You’ll need:• Old t-shirt – The thicker the fabric, the sturdier the bag
• Sharp scissors, preferably fabric scissors
• Washable marker (optional)
Step 1: Cut the sleeves off so it resembles a singlet.
Step 2: Cut the neckline area into a circle or oval – these will become our handles. Trace a bowl to get a perfectly round circle.
Step 3: Turn the t-shirt inside out. Determine where you want the bottom of the bag to be and trace a line across. Keep in mind that depending on the fabric used, your tote is likely stretch and become longer when it’s filled with stuff.
Step 4: Cut slits from the bottom of the shirt up to the line marking the bottom of your bag. Keep the slits small to prevent large gaps in the bottom of the bag. You’ll want to cut both the front and back layers together because they need to match up for the next step.
Step 5: Tie the front and back fringe together in knots and turn the shirt right side out. For extra embellishments, tie the straps (handles) in knots, or tie bits of t-shirt scrap to the top.
P.S. We'd love to see your creations!!