30 Nov '15, 4pm

Nebraskan volunteers weave thousands of plastic bags into mats for the homeless

Nebraskan volunteers weave thousands of plastic bags into mats for the homeless

Faith Westwood United Methodist Church hosts dozens of volunteers who go to work on transforming piles of donated plastic bags into useful padding for those who do not have a reliably comfortable place to sleep at night. Over 1,000 bags go into each mat, which are crafted by hand from household objects that too often end up in landfills. The metaphor of taking something overlooked and seeing its potential is perfect for the group’s mission.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/nebraskan-volunteers-weave-thousands...

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