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DIY Fashion: Blooming Bib Recycled T-Shirt Necklace. Home » $1 and Free, Fashion, Headline, Tutorials DIY Fashion: Blooming Bib Recycled T-Shirt Necklace 25 January 2011 30,204 views 16 Comments by heather I had been searching for a colorful statement necklace and hadn't found anything close to what I was dreaming of. I decided to take matters into my own hands, my sisters and I are always buying irregular tees from Dollar Tree and I had this periwinkle tee in my stash that was the perfect color... so out came the scissors, thread and my trusty glue gun to make this ruffly bib necklace. How to Make a Blooming Bib Recycled T-Shirt Necklace Guest Post by Sophie (Sister #2) from The Sisters 4 Say More is More Project Estimate: T-shirt, $1 or on hand2 sheets of felt, on hand or $.25Needle and thread, on handGlue gun and glue sticks, on handPins, on hand Total: FREE and up To Make: Cut bottom hem off t-shirt.

Fold the t-shirt in half and cut circles out of it. Cut some fringe around the edges of your circles. Arrange stacks of circles on the felt. DIY T-Shirt Necklace. [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of March 25, 2015 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically.

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HOW DO WE COLLECT INFORMATION AND WHAT INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT? Distribution Partners Website operators that license our ad serving technology pass information to us so that we may serve advertisements to you. HOW DO WE USE THIS INFORMATION? Third Party Cookies. Knotted Bracelet Made from Recycled Fabric. Home » $1 and Free, Accessories, cheap crafts, Headline, Tutorials, Wearable Crafts 22 April 2014 6,335 views 5 Comments by morena Happy Earth Day! While today is a day to focus on our environment and how we can improve it, I think a lot of us budget crafters are environmentally conscious everyday. Dollar Store Crafts regularly features ideas for ways to turn unwanted items into something functional, and this project is no exception!

To make these knotted bracelets, I used my children's old clothing. Project estimate: Worn clothes, on handNeedle and thread, on hand(Optional) Kumihimo findings, $2 Total: Free to $2 Step one: Cut the fabric into 1/2 inch strips. Step two: Put two strips together and make a loop as pictured in box 1 of the photo instructions. Step three: Pull the ends gently to make the "knot". Step six: Join the ends in your hand. The cotton fabric bracelet is very stretchy, so I can easily pull it on and off.

Aren't they pretty? DIY | Braided Shirts into Bracelet. A stretchy comfortable bracelet that is also made out of recycled material? Yes! All you need is an old stretchy shirt, or two or three! I loved doing this project, because you can make endless variations with colors and thicknesses. Let’s start: Materials: One shirt, cut into strips | Glue Gun 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. All done! You can of course also sew the bracelet instead of using glue. The bracelet will be easy to slide over you’re hand, because the fabric is stretchy and soft. Pictures by Lana. Summer Scarf - Gone Viral - DIY Crafty Projects.

The Easiest DIY T-shirt Infinity Scarf. Madigan made… a super simple, no-sew, infinity scarf. Today is the second day of Simple Scarf Week! I should’ve started out the week with this scarf since it is the easiest scarf of all! Today’s scarf is this very simple infinity (i.e. mobius) scarf. Crafting inspiration strikes me during the most random moments. Scarves from t-shirts are not a new idea… I came up with this scarf in my bedroom with a pair of scissors.

You can make a fun scarf, too! OK, I'm a little embarrassed to call this a tutorial… it is that easy! Supplies needed: Old t-shirt Scissors Directions: Snip the shirt under the arm hole. And you are done! I will warn you that not all fabrics will curl on themselves, so I do have a tip for picking out a good t-shirt. Obviously, the bigger the shirt, the longer your scarf will be and the more you can likely loop it a couple of times around your neck. I made a couple of these scarves. But without a doubt, the pink striped one is my favorite! Sharing with: Easy Shirt Necklace. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service"). As used in this Agreement, "we" or "Prime Publishing" means Prime Publishing, LLC. and "you" means the individual or entity submitting materials to Prime Publishing.

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