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Here in the Dirty South, we've been having some unseasonably warm weather, but the nights are still pretty cool. It's that in-between time when you want a scarf, but not a heavy one. So, after being just slightly too cold on my dog walk this morning, I decided to make myself a medium weight scarf out of some old graphic tees I had laying around. The result turned out to be the perfect weight and I dig the way it looks. This tutorial originally appeared on my crafting blog: DudeCraft.com

Step 1: Step One

Select two old t-shirts.

Step 2: Step Two

Cut the T-shirts into strips. I made mine 8" wide, but you can use any width you want. Also, I cut my strips horizontally to highlight the t-shirt's designs, but cutting vertically will work just as well.

Step 3: Step Three

Step Three - Select two strips to begin with and pin them right side together on one of the short sides.

Step 4: Step Four

Sew along the side you pinned.

Step 5: Step Five

Keep repeating this process until you have two pieces that are the length that you want the scarf to be when it is finished.

Step 6: Step Six

With right sides facing each other, pin the long sides of the two pieces together and sew, making sure to leave the ends open.

Step 7: Step Seven

Turn the scarf right side out and stitch the ends closed about two inches from the bottom. In this photo, my pieces are two different lengths. I cut the green piece to even them up after I sewed the end shut. No worries!

Step 8: Step Eight

Make fringe at the end simply by cutting slits with your scissors.

Step 9: Step Nine

Wear and enjoy. Original tutorial appears on my blog DudeCraft.com
I used this to make a scarf today. Great idea! Too bad I have to wait a while before the weather cools down enough to wear it!
very nice. btw, where is the "dirty south".
I'm gonna have to try this
definitely an awesome dude project hahah, thanx
Awesome... great idea :)
very sweet fan... i liked it

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