Take it on Tuesday blog hop #26: Easy Upcycled Scarf

Hello all you wonderful people! I hope you had a great weekend. Mine was wonderfully restful (well, Sunday was restful). It’s nice to have those every once in awhile.

 

I love seeing all your projects! You all are very inspiring. I do pin your projects on my Favorite’s Board.

 

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Janis’ {All Things Beautiful} Baby Blanket Tutorial

 

 


Jadyn’s {Dutch. British. Love} Color My World – yellow painted chair

 

 

 

Jessi’s {Practically Functional} Painted Terra Cotta Pots

 

 

 

Megan’s {Our Pinteresting Family} Girl Nursery Redo

 

 

 

Marissa’s {Rae Gun Ramblings} Ikea Expedit Fabric Covered Boxes

 

 

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Easy Upcycled Scarf

Ever since we started Project Declutter, I’ve have a lot more matterials in which to upcycle. I put a lot of brightly colored t-shirts in my upcycle pile. Here’s another project with t-shirts!

 

Best part about it?

This is an quick, easy, no sew project!!

 

Materials:

- 1 XL or XXL t-shirt

- 9 inch plate

- scissors

- pen

 

 

 

Step 1

Trace 8-12 nine-inch circles onto t-shirt and cut out.

Step 2

Cut circles into spirals (see above picture), making sure to have a good 2 inches for the width of the spiral. This does NOT have to be perfect.

Step 3

Pull on fabric to stretch, then run hands down fabric strip (this will cause the fabric to curl). If you are unsure as to what exactly this looks like, check out this video from the DIY Dish.

Step 4

When you have all the circle cut and stretched into strips, put them together. You may choose to tie the bunch together with another fabric strip for security’s sake.

 

Then, ta-da!

 

 

 

I love how it turned out!! I have 3 more t-shirts I’d like to turn into scarves!

 

 

 

 

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