Things to Make out of T-shirts

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I have been seeing so many cute ideas of ways to re-cycle t-shirts into beautiful new creations that I wanted to share some of my favorites with you!

Many of these projects involve sewing but there are several no-sew options as well!

T-shirt Collage

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Ruffle Scarf from Vintage Gwen

Poinsettia T-shirt Refashion from Melly Sews

T-shirt Necklace {no sew} from Sewing for Sanity

5 Strand Braided Headbands by Make It and Love It

Upcycled T-shirt Dress from I am Momma-Hear Me Roar

No Sew Infinity Scarf {super easy} from Vixen Made

Dress with Braided Collar from Make It and Love It

Baby Headband from Kerr-afty Creations

T-shirt Memory Scarf from Craft:

The Shirt Skirt from Sew Like My Mom

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T-shirt Sandals from The Etsy Blog

Recycle and Old T-shirt into a Grocery Bag from Ecouterre

Old Mens T-shirt Sewn Into Women's Dolman Tee from Trash to Couture

Men's T-shirt into Side-gathered Shirt from Sugar Bee Crafts

The 5 Minute Draped Vest from Listotic

T-shirt to Headband by Redeeming Creations

Baby Romper from The Seamery

Flirty Skirt out of a Man's T-shirt at V and Co

Flirty Skirt out of a Man's T-shirt at V and Co

T-shirt Weaving and Braiding from Bunte Freunde

Easy Lace Back T-shirt from Young and Crafty Sisters

Shirt Bibs from A Little Tipsy

Aren't they fun?  Are you inspired to get crafty with some T-shirts now?

You might also like:

Sweet Lil Owl Onesie

Flowery Fleece Headband

Pretty Spitty Baby Set

Comments

  1. This is great! I love refashioning t-shirts! Thanks so much for featuring my infinity scarf!

  2. All great ideas! I absolutely love that baby headband! Too bad my son can’t wear one :)

  3. Great round-up. I’d love for you to link it up to my party. Just for linking up you could win $20 of vintage jewelry from Parisienne Girl. http://trophyw.blogspot.com/2012/01/will-craft-forfree-jewelry.html

  4. Great round-up. I love all the projects you selected. I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com.

  5. I recently made a fabric candy box using a fed t-shirt. Come take a look: http://buttercreamsewingmachine.blogspot.com/2012/02/tutorial-fabric-candy-box.html

  6. Hi! Thank you for featuring my No Sew Necklace! I will be sure to check out all of the other fabulous features! Hope your weekend is great!
    Smiles~Beth

  7. These are some seriously fabulous ideas. Love that dress on the cutie in the frog boots! And the no-sew infinity scarf…yes, please! Would be delighted for you to link up with us at Mop It Up Mondays (going on through Friday): http://www.ishouldbemoppingthefloor.com/2012/02/mop-it-up-mondays-party-2.html

    {HUGS},
    kristi

  8. What great ideas!! Now I just need to actually do some of these, I love the T-Shirt dress for my daughter.

    Coming over from Tip Junkie, so happy I did! Can’t wait to look through all of your crafts!

  9. Great ideas! Thanks for sharing them!

  10. Thanks for featuring my baby headband! How exciting! Did you check out part two? I managed to make a matching ruffle onesie with a skirt! Check it out here:
    http://kerraftycreations.blogspot.com/2012/01/shirt-dress-headband-and-pt2.html

    P.S. I tried to copy your featured button but for some reason it was a broken image :( I would have loved to include it in my button collection!

  11. I love this post (and your blog!)! I’m working on a shag area rug using t-shirt scraps that I bought at Goodwill. It is time consuming, but I think it will be worth it in the end!

  12. Aw thanks so much for the feature! And the other ideas are so awesome! I’m honored!
    Sorry it took me a while to get here….we’re trying to finalize the sell of our home and get moved!
    Thanks again!!
    Have a great weekend!

  13. I made a few scarfs from T-shirts for Christmas gifts. They were so easy and make such a nice gift. Love all the ideas you’ve shared!

  14. Crystal Nell says:

    Awesome ideas. I was shocked by the t-shirt shoes. People are so creative!! Thanks for sharing :)

I would love to hear what you have to say!