I love up-cycle projects, and this Recycled T-shirt Scarf is SO fun, especially if you love DIY fashion projects!
She’s Crafty! Recycled T-shirt Scarf
I introduced you to Megan last month … and I have been so impressed with her creativity and frugality that I am excited to welcome her back with this wonderful share:
Hello She Saved Readers!
I love fashion, but with a limited income, it’s hard to add as many things to my wardrobe as I would like. I am always looking for unique ways to jazz up my style and want to share how to make this awesome recycled tee scarf I created this week.
Begin with an old tee-shirt of your choice. (I used a tee shirt my brother was planning to throw away.) Cut 1 inch strips from the bottom of the tee-shirt, cutting through both sides at the same time. You should be able to get 12-16 loops from a single tee-shirt. Loop each circle in half twice to create smaller circles. Use the sleeves to cut single strips approximately 4 inches by 1 inch. Use these smaller strips to tie each link together then trim the edges. You can tie the first and the last link together to create the look above!
I hope you have enjoyed this fun project and will try this the next time you have an old shirt you are considering tossing out!
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