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Skirt from a t-shirt. If I ever actually do this I may follow most of these instructions but try to do it without the sewing machine. MAYBE. :)

Recycle old t-shirts into yarn and use to crochet bags, rugs, anything!

revamp tshirt. tube tops are not flattering on me but maybe I can alter it to work for me

A better link for the t-shirt produce bags. I made these the other day and we LOVE them!

Recycling-t-shirt ball.

rag rug :: with t-shirt yarn. i've done the t-shirt rectangular rug. this one seems like a much faster technique. it involves some sewing to hold it's circular shape, but that shouldn't be too difficult.

T-shirt pillow tutorial: 1. Cut two identical squares of fabric from old T-shirts (one from the front and one from the back). 2. Lay the squares on top of one another, exterior sides facing in. Sew the pieces together along three edges, leaving one edge unsewn. 3. Turn the newly created "pillowcase" inside out and stuff with pillow filling (available at fabric stores, or from an old pillow you don't use). 4. Sew the fourth edge of the square shut.

T-shirt makeovers... I need to stop getting rid of old shirts.. too many good uses!