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The Best T-Shirt Transformations

How is it that we accumulate so many t-shirts that we don’t really like? Come on, you’re with me on this one right? It gets to the point where we’re stuffing our t-shirts in our crowded drawer and still thinking, “I need to get some cool t-shirts.”

Good news. With a little creativity and resourcefulness (one of my favorite words) you and I can upcycle t-shirts we already own!

Best Upcycled T-Shirt Hacks

1. The Repurposed Ruffled long-sleeved T-shirt from Design Mom

2. The Cowl Neck Cutie T-shirt from Hot Diggity Blog

3. Zipper Neck t-shirt Transformation from DIY Crafts Ideas

4. Side Knotted Tank T-shirt from Reluctant Stylista

5. Such a Cinch t-shirt tutorial from Recycled Lovelies

6. Fabric Yo Yo t-shirt Upgrade from Eve of Reduction – see the video tutorial on eHow!

Upcycle T-shirt with Fabric Yo-Yo

7. Custom Print T-shirt from Eve of Reduction

Upcycling custom print t-shirt

What would you do with an old t-shirt?

Psst…Look what I got in the mail today! A huge loot of crafting goodies from select crafting companies through Fave Crafts! Be on the lookout for some recycled crafts made with the help of these fun supplies!

Craft supply samples from Fave Crafts

Eve of Reduction Free Seasonal E-Newsletter; Extra tips and wit on Facebook; Reduction Beauty on Pinterest ; The debut DIY lifestyle book (includes 10 upcycling tutorials); and the guide to creative streams of income ebook (only $2.99)

I’m Cristin Frank (AKA Eve). I love all things frugal and crafty. My mindset is always on upcycling, repurposing, reducing waste and saving money – and Eve of Reduction is my roadmap. You might also want to check out my book, "Living Simple, Free & Happy."

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One Response to The Best T-Shirt Transformations

  1. Lucy Schmidt February 7, 2014 at 8:34 pm #

    Most of my t-shirts are from events I’ve participated in. I’ve donated many of them since I do the same events year after year — Relay for Life, Race for the Cure, etc. Many become paint or craft or gardening shirts, but those are now overflowing, too. I’m going to attempt to make some t-shirt yarn out of some and then maybe use YouTube to learn some basic crochet stitches and make a rug. Since it will mostly be from purple and/or pink shirts, I’ll have to give it away, as I don’t have those colors anywhere in my house, but my niece will love it if it works. I’ve also made pillows out of some commemorative shirts I want to keep. I like the cinch t-shirt idea. Thanks.

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