Make An Infinity Scarf From Old T-shirt
By carolinabeckey on June 07, 2013
I love scarves. But most of the ones I own are too heavy to wear during summer. After purchasing a light t-shirt knit scarf last week, my mind started turning. A little searching online and I was ready to make my own from an old t-shirt. Crazy easy and much cheaper than buying a new scarf!
I love the pale pink shade of this tank, but had a stain on the front I couldn't get out. I'm guessing you probably an old t-shirt or tank which you love but is stretched out or has a stain too. Grab it and get ready to scarf it!
Lay out shirt flat. Cut across just below arm holes (or in this case, I cut just below the stain)
Don't worry if your cut isn't perfectly straight. Close is good enough - it won't show when the scarf is finished.
Cut along bottom, just above hemline.
Grab one side and have someone else take the other - now PUUUUUULL! You want to really stretch it out. If you are doing this by yourself, hook the loop over a door knob and pull.
Your new infinity scarf is now complete! Wear and enjoy!
These were so simple, I went crazy and after cleaning out my t-shirt drawer I made about five of them in a matter of minutes!
Originally posted at A Wise Woman Once Said...: http://awisewomansaid.blogspot.com/2013/06/make-infinity-scarf-by-recycling-old-t.html
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