Tag Archives: T-Shirt Crafts

Sunburst Tie Dye T-shirt With Rit Dye

By EcoCraft Contributor Amy from the blog The EcoCrafter

Take your tie-dye skills beyond the basic scrunch with this easy-to-make sunburst pattern. It looks impressive but is super easy to make. So grab a stained t-shirt or get a new one and add some color with this tie-dye sunburst.

The dye application for this design is really easy and allows for sloppy application without ruining the results. It also used Rit dyes which are non-toxic and easy to use making this a fun family project.

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T-Shirt Yarn

By Craft Trends Contributor, Lacey. Check out our Craft Trends board on Pinterest!

I have too many t-shirts. My t-shirt drawer over flows with a multitude of colors and baggy fits that I never actually find time or the occasion to wear. My mom has constantly over the years asked me to toss some of these shirts out to create space for clothes that might actually see the light of day. Unfortunately for my dresser, I’m much to sentimental and practical to just toss out a t-shirt. Instead of wasting these memories and fabric I’ve been on the search for something to do and create with my old t-shirts. One craft trend that has emerged and has given my old t-shirts a new purpose and a new life is t-shirt yarn. There’s a number of options for this new medium of yarn and I’m excited by the possibilities I have found so far.

T-Shirt Market Bag - Think CraftsT-Shirt Market BagThink Crafts

This cute bag is great for your local farmer’s market and great for re-purposing an old t-shirt. The project only takes four different materials and looks like a fun and easy project to whip up. The t-shirt yarn makes for a perfect material for this project as it will stretch to fit your items.

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T-Shirt Market Bag

T-Shirt Market Bag

One of my favorite things about summertime is the availability of local fruits and veggies right around the corner at my Farmer’s Market. I also love that I now have a fun bag to bring along that lets me show off my colorful fruit and veggie purchases. Best of all, it’s made from an upcycled t-shirt and costs very little to make.

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