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I don't like Pom poms on throws

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Not sure how well they wash, but they certainly look fun!

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I hope I never get another throw.  I have way too many and no place to store them.  they take up a ton of space.

 

I have some that have never been used and I can't even give them away...no one else wants any more either.

 

I suppose I can donate them to an animal shelter.  They are always looking for blankets.

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@CARMIE wrote:

I hope I never get another throw.  I have way too many and no place to store them.  they take up a ton of space.

 

I have some that have never been used and I can't even give them away...no one else wants any more either.

 

I suppose I can donate them to an animal shelter.  They are always looking for blankets.


@CARMIE  I was just going to say donate to the animal shelter. The animals need them at least ours does as it is funded only by donations. 

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You can also donate them (ask first) to a chemotherapy clinic. They need them for the patients who get cold during treatment. 

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I like the pom poms on throws.  I own one by PLW.

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@leggett2 wrote:

I don't like Pom poms on throws


@leggett2   Oh yes, Molly my beagle ate the pom poms off all my throws and pillows when she was a puppy...Stuffed her up (!?!?!) real good!

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@CARMIE  When we cleared out our linen closets, we donated linens, blankets and towels to the shelter.