Variations on the “T-shirt Scarf”

         Earlier on, we posted a tutorial on how to easily transform an old t-shirt into the conventional “t-shirt scarf.” This is just a really fun, easy, and inexpensive DIY craft that ivolves few materials and usually ones you already have in your house. For those of you that are interested in this form of upcycling and have mastered the basics of the craft, here are some more complex ideas that you can try! If this whole concept is new to you, here’s our tutorial we made earlier that you can learn from and build off of. https://trashfashiondiscoveringnewways.wordpress.com/2011/12/02/coming-soon/

We love hearing new ideas and feedback from you guys so let us know if you come across or create any really cool scarves 🙂

This variation uses the combination of several patterns and braiding.

 

 

 

 

    Here’s a link to the cite that explains in detail how this ringlet scarf is made: http://www.kevinandamanda.com/whatsnew/crafts-projects/make-this-quick-n-easy-ringlet-t-shirt-scarf.html

No Sew Tshirt Scarf Tutorial

 

 

  

A different approach to the t-shirt scarf. It just goes to show the amount of creative freedom this project allows- there are so many possibilities! Here is a link to  a tutorial:

http://www.collegefashion.net/fashion-tips/diy-tutorial-tubular-tee-shirt-scarves/     

                                                                                                                                                                            One last example of what you could do, basically a knot and the edges sewn together. Fairly simple for the amount of money saved by doing it yourself!

We hope this has inspired and added to your endeavors into the art of “trash fashion.” Have fun making scarves and sharing your newfound creativity with the world around you!

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