- Use thrift store leftovers for paper making
- Adds strength to handmade paper
- Use as modeling material
- Helpful instructions included
Specialty Pulps are made from discarded clothes, cotton rags, and other textiles. Cotton cloth from old white t-shirts and jeans are gathered and processed into pulp specifically for papermaking. If used alone, it creates a soft surfaced paper. Mix with water and cotton linter pulp or recycled pulp for a harder surface. Pulp contains short cotton threads, not guaranteed to be blender friendly.