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T-shirt blanket. Should totally do this with my soon to be trillions of Pi Phi shirts like years from now :)))) so cute!!
candycandy This would be fun to do with the band shirts my children have been aquiring over the years! T-shirt quilt tutorial.
virginiavirginia I always bring water bottles with Holiday labels for my daughter's classroom parties. I am going to do this from now on! SO CUTE!
CrisCCrisC I totally feel like this sometimes - and right now, my kids hate it. But, hopefully someday they will realize that we do what we do
lydialydia Will make a t-shirt quilt for my kids when they go off to college. Teens acquire many t-shirts from mission trips, concerts, athletic
Diana DianDiana Dian DIY t-shirt quilt!!! I thought of this same idea years ago, when I was trying to clean out all of my old junk. Too many t-shirts and not
latoyalatoya scarf made from old t-shirts. I have so. many. t-shirts I don't wear anymore that I'd love to use for something like this.
aHolmesliceaHolmeslice Use T-shirts to make this top, just take 2 shirts, cut from one arm pit to the other so you have a full circle piece, then do the same to
gailgail Super cute dress made from an adult t-shirt. I think I could do this, but the ruffles will be tricky.
lorenelorene love it... and should do write some letters... so nice to get a note or something by mail... this is my official New Years resolution... write more handwritten thank you's and notes to people
marianmarian football baby blanket - Too cute and too easy! I don't even sew and I feel like I could do this! Now I just need a sewing machine :)
revareva should i do pink striped walls for my master bedroom? hubby allows me to but i'm afraid i can't put the whole look together so nicely like
leilaleila he looks like he'd take my soul through his eyes. but he'd probably do it by telling me yarns from days of old so that'd be ok...
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DaisyCombridgeDaisyCombridge Declare your love for cool tools and be a cut above the rest! Girls on-the-go with modern, multifaceted style need to be prepared for anything that comes their way. Enter life’s must-have accessory; the Swiss Army knife. For centuries, these legendary tools have battled rogue threads on our cocktail dresses, smoothed chips in perfectly manicured nails and so much more. Our pocketknife pal stays put in our purse and is as essential as lipgloss! Aside from the obvious “fix-it” functions, we’re big fans of using this handheld toolbox to DIY. Read on to learn how you can create a coveted “kiltie” embellishment for heels in need of an overhaul. To create, trace and cut a template (almost like a stretched trapezoid) on paper. P.S.- The size will depend on your shoe size. Be sure to measure the template to the shoe before cutting and also leave a few extra inches toward the upper portion to tuck into the shoe. Use your Swiss Army knife (on a cutting board with a flat surface) and cut two pieces of fabric. Any type of suede or leather-like material works. Use mini snips to cut two-inch slits. Continue to use snips to create an inverted “V” fringe. Pierce two tiny slits with your knife half-way down. Feed cord through the holes, leaving space for your ankle to fit in. Lastly, add a bead detail to the ends and tie a cute bow. Get creative with your colors of materials, cords, and shoes- mix and match your heart away…Your Swiss Army pocket knife pal is super sharp… your DIY style should be too!
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