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This scarf is quick, fun, and easy to make and no sewing involved.
Before discarding t-shirts you no longer wear, consider making a lightweight scarf out of them. This scarf is light enough to wear year-round and would make a great, inexpensive Christmas gift for that hard-to-buy-for teen on your list!
Approximate Time: less than 1 hour
Note: If you don't have a rotary cutter and mat for this project, you could use scissors and a ruler to cut out your squares, but it goes quicker using the cutter and mat.
By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC
Use your old or unwanted t-shirts and lightweight sweaters, or knit fabric scraps to make this fun infinity scarf. Keep it simple with solids or get creative with prints or embellished t-shirts.
Here's a unique scarf created from an XL or XXL t-shirt that would make a great Christmas or birthday gift. Add a coordinating handmade flower pin to make it even more stylish.
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A barbwire t-shirt scarf its knitted from t-shirts, I but can't find out how many stitches I need to knit the scarf. Does anyone have the pattern? I was not able to post a photo. But it can be found on-line under images.google.com. Type in barbwire t-shirt scarf.
Looks like 8-10 stitches for a large needle, maybe size 12-13.