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  • Stephanie Smith-Fedy

    DIY T- Shirt scarf

  • Taylor Bowman

    T-shirts become a really scarf! I made a bunch of these last winter, LOTS of fun! Cool way to wrap yourself up in memories. Just use old sports tees, special event tees, concert tees, etc. The wackier the better, design wise. Easy too, no need for a filler/interfacing layer. The weight of the soft, stretchy tees (use both fronts and backs) is SOOOO comfy. xoxo

  • Meghan Rudisill

    tshirt scarf! Think I pinned already {and I'm getting so I think many look alike so forgive if some are repinned} this is a really cool scarf, love the idea! #TShirt #Refashion #Reconstruct #Revamp #Repurpose #Recycle #Redo #Reuse #Makeover #Upcycle #Recreate #DIY

  • Pintsize Bird

    t shirt scarves

  • Jennifer Harrison

    T-shirt Scarf perfect for all those old tee shirts you don't want to part with b/c of the memories!!!

  • Amy Scott

    DIY - memory scarf, made out of old t-shirts! This is a cute idea. Though the throw would be more practical

  • Francesca Jean

    DIY - memory scarf, made out of old t-shirts. I can do this with some of my old shirts that I don't wear but won't get rid of. Might do this out of outgrown baby clothes too. Follow link for tutorial.

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