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Do you have some t-shirts laying around and your wondering what to do with them? Make them into yarn so you can use them for all kinds of projects. I ...
An old t-shirt A pair of scissors
Lay your shirt out flat. You are going to cut it from just under one armpit to the other. Then you are going to cut off the bottom where it folds up...
Now you can begin cutting. Start from either end and start cutting a piece approximately 1/4 to 1/2 inch wide. You can use a ruler if you want to be ...
Wind the yarn as you go to prevent tangling.
Keep going around the t-shirt. No need to sew anything. Just cut right through the seams. If they come apart just tie the two ends together.
You are ready to create your one of a kind items! Here are some things I have in the works. Make some pot holders, hot pads or a rug!!
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