10 Fun Ways to Refashion a T-Shirtcraftyamy
January is National Organization Month – which means that I’m going to be doing some major closet cleaning. Are you right there with me? I know for a fact that I have a huge stack of t-shirts that are going to get removed from one of the shelves, and I’m going to need something to do with them. I’ve gathered a collection of awesome projects to make with old t-shirts, and I’ve selected items that are more gifty and toward accessories than simple refashions. One of my favorites was this recycled t-shirt scarf from Joy Beadworks. Are you looking for more great ideas to upcycle a t-shirt? Continue through the jump.
Bright Ring 1 of 9This no-sew project is one of the best budget gift ideas I've seen.
Get the tutorial at Homemade Ginger
Pom-Pom Wreath 2 of 9Make a bold statement that visitors will love - all you need is cardboard and scissors.
Find the step-by-step at Craftaholics Anonymous
Braided Bracelets 3 of 9Choose complimentary t-shirts to make a stack of bracelets to wear up your arm.
Learn how to make them at V and Co.
Rosette Headband 4 of 9The tutorial is simple and the resulting headband is cute and comfortable.
See how it was done at Craft Snob
Sweet Dress 5 of 9You can use short or long sleeve tees in a variety of colors to personalize for the wearer.
Get the step-by-step at 30 Days
Bold Necklace 6 of 9Add a pop of color to your winter wardrobe with a simple tutorial.
Learn how to make it at Rad Megan
Soft Washcloths 7 of 9These are easy to make and would serve as an awesome gift.
Visit the tutorial by Craftster user robotdinosaur
Floral Pillow 8 of 9If you don't sew, you can accomplish this look with hot glue instead.
Find the step-by-step at Craft Goodies
Versatile Yarn 9 of 9Create soft and supple yarn to make a variety of fun projects.
See how it was done at Polka Dot Pineapple
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