Okay, well I was planning on doing this tutorial next week, but I just got really excited about it and just had to do it today. I have an AWESOME tutorial that ANYONE can do, and it is a lot of fun! With the cold weather coming, us crafters have to stay warm and stylish….but of course we want to do it with something that we made. This scarf will solve that problem 😉 Plus, this is another way to use those old tshirts! (However, I do recommend using a large or extra large shirt for these scarves.)
So, I hope that you enjoy this tutorial!
Oh, I forgot to mention to cut off the hem at the bottom of the shirt. Then, you want to turn the “tube” sideways like this:
In the picture above you can see what I call my “false seams.” I just hot glued the edges and folded inward to give the material a nicer finish.
I think that this is such an adorable DIY! And, another good thing about it is that it took me less than an hour!
In my gray scarf (in case you were wondering) I actually cut a couple strips of a tie dye shirt that I never wear and included it into the scarf and it added a cute, fun effect. These would be an adorable addition to any fall or winter outfit. Please tell me what you think!
P.S. Oh, and remember to check out my last post on the latest info on my sleuth kits for sale(if you haven’t already).