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March 05, 2009



That looks fantastic! I've been thinking to do something like that lately and use scrap wood and nails to make a long scarf-sized loom, then make woven t-shirt scarves. I think it'd be really fun.

Can't wait to see the yoga mat bag!

lorren havens

You are so creative, Debra. Your kids look like they are having a blast, too.


Great post! Looking forward to seeing the finished product!


As always--- what a great project! I still need to learn to crochet... then a whole new world of craft opportunities will open up!


I have seen things made of that yarn before and always always wondered how the yarn was made - oh you have opened up a whole new world for me now. Will be having a hun through all our wardrobes this afternoon now. I foresee a weekend of yarnmaking ahead of me -pure joy. xx

Jackie Sue Davis

Oh we need more! Love it, show us more!

kitty joe

this sounds great I look fordward to trying it.


Nice! check out my blog for what I've been doing with old t-shirts lately! I have a big workplace so I am soliciting donations ...


Now that is cool! I am now going to have to ask all of my family to donate their old t-shirts to my craft pile. :D

Rebekah Hoover

This is a very cool idea! I will have to try this. Have a great night Rebekah.

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