Recycled Tee Scarf

Recycled Tee Scarf

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  1. Bernice

    In love this concept and want to try it, but I'm a little unclear about step 5. Can you break it down a little more? I don't understand how long the two inch strip should be and how to tie the loops together… Any clarification would be much appreciated and I'll get started on this project right away! Thx!

  2. Chris

    I LOVE this! So cute!

  3. Shwin R

    For step five you'll want to cut out strips two inch long and about 1/4 inch wide. (amount of strips depends on how many rings you have) Place two of your rings side by side and using your two inch long strip tie the two rings together. The step five picture will show what the rings tied together should look like. Continue the same technique with the remaining rings. Have fun and let me

  4. Tiffany

    Found your blog this morning…fell in love with this scarf…made it in bright pink this afternoon! It was super simple, quick and cute. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Bernice

    Thx for the quick reply! Love your blog so far!

  6. Ali

    I love this, I had to make right after I read it, I can&#39;t wait to make them in all colors….I did a feature on my blog…..thanks for the idea&#39;s…..<br />

  7. Knit Purl Gurl

    I have 3 T-shirts that have shrunk that would be perfect for this project! I&#39;ll give it a whirl!

  8. saffiertje

    such a cool idea! Saved it to make oe soon!

  9. The Rusty Ranch

    I&#39;m going to dig in my closet right now. Thanks for sharing!

  10. The Pratt's

    I went crazy on this! I have a ton of old work shirts in BRIGHT colors and made a TON! So fun! Felt good cutting up those nasty shirts!

  11. amb les mans

    Very nice!!! I want to try it!

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  14. ReinasMomma

    I got lucky and found some t-shirts for $1 at the dollar store- I made 3 scarves out of those this evening!

  15. Shwin R

    What a deal! Im thinking about going to the dollar store now. Im glad everyone is enjoying making them!! Thanks!

  16. Samantha

    This is ADORABLE! I&#39;m totally making one tonight!

  17. LisaMarie

    This is one of those projects that so simple you want to give it a go straight away….. I love it and im going to try it asap… Thanx for the brill idea!!!

  18. Lisa Marie

    Finally gave it a go… it turned out great, didnt have enough strips in one top so I had to use two, but it still looks fab… come and have a look… thanx again!!

  19. SamS.

    Just made two! Fun!!! Thanks for posting… I love that even shirts with a small stain or bleach mark work out great!

  20. Chandra

    Loved this tutorial {easy to follow and even easier to do}. I found your blog thru a post on pinterest and just wanted to say thanks!<br /><br />I posted pictures on my blog and linked the tutorial back to you:<br />

  21. Netta

    This is GREAT!<br />Thanks for sharing… I&#39;m makin&#39; one!

  22. Kitty

    I love this idea, I think I&#39;m going to try it with the hubby&#39;s old white shirts and then hand dye them. I&#39;ll let you know how it turns out!

  23. lovecrafts

    Great ideas and tutorial! thanks for sharing

  24. kristi

    thank you so much! i was making the hipster ones with skinnier strips, but i love how fluffy these are instead because you don&#39;t suggest pulling them tight so they roll up. mine are all ruffly and beautiful. thanks again!

  25. Kim {ShopKim on Etsy}

    I can&#39;t wait to try this!! Definitely going on the &quot;need to do ASAP&quot; list.

  26. Amanda

    So cute! I made one today with a print t-shirt. It turned out great!

  27. melody-mae

    just found this and am going to make one asap!!!

  28. Grace

    I found your tutorial via Pinterest and am so thrilled how quickly it took me to make it. Love this project and am linking up my blog to your tutorial. Thank you!<br />

  29. Jane@Buzzmills

    Thanks for the tutorial!! So easy…perfect accessory to my thanksgiving outfit! and easy Christmas gifts too!!

  30. Alessandra Vespa

    Hi!<br />Im a journalist from Brazil and I would like to write about this blog, cause its awesome!<br />So, I wanna know if I can, and also if I can show this tutorial there?<br /><br />I write for this site: <br />its all about the girls universe<br /><br />anything, you let me know ok?<br />[email protected]<br />or<br />[email protected]<br

  31. Lisa

    This is awesome! I did have problems with the tshirt material fraying though. I had little tiny pieces of material all over my shirt (and everywhere else!) Do you have any suggestions on the type of tshirt to use? I bought new ones from the craft store that were 100% cotton and I didn&#39;t wash them before. I really want to make some for my family for christmas gifts but the fraying material

    1. LadyJennivieve

      Did you use t-shirts made from knit fabric? Knit fabric shouldn&#39;t fray.

  32. Shawn

    I pinned this from Pinterest and since I don&#39;t have anything going on today, I am heading to make it right now. I plan on wearing it tomorrow.

  33. Shawn

    So cute. I made it in 10 minutes!

  34. Leslie aka "MissusSmartyPants"

    Thanks for your inspiration! Love it. I&#39;ve made on and gave you some love and kudos!<br /><br />

  35. Michelle

    I just wanted to let you know that I did this project today with my daughter&#39;s elementary school combination class (1st/2nd/3rd grade mix), and it was a huge hit. Of the 5 craft ideas kids could choose from for our pre-Earth Day activities, this one was by far the most popular and the easiest. The kids could not get enough of it. We finished the scarves in under 15 minutes, and the girls

  36. yvette

    thanks, I repinned it!

  37. Aissa Tyley

    Love this!!!! Gonna make a load tonight! <br />

  38. Nina Johnson

    Absolutely brilliant…. Just made one from an old white t-shirt! Great for summer and easy to personalise! :&#39;)<br />Thanks for the tutorial!! xx

  39. Báró Júlia

    I like the infinite possibilities of jewelry making. Good idea.

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