Shabby Chic T-Shirt Scarf

This scarf is quick, fun, and easy to make and no sewing involved.

Total Time: 1 hour

Yield: 1 scarf



  1. Cut across each t-shirt with a good sharp pair of scissors just underneath the arms. Don't worry about getting it straight and neat.
  2. Next cut off the side seams so that you have 2 pieces and discard the rest. (Use the larger remnants as cleaning cloths.)
  3. Then cut off the hem of each piece.
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  5. Round off the corners.
  6. Start cutting in a spiral to form a strip about one inch wide.
  7. Keep cutting until you reach the centre. Repeat with the other t-shirt. You can use more than 2 t-shirts if you want a longer or thicker scarf.
  8. Knot the strips together.
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  10. Double up the strips until your scarf is roughly twice the length you want it.
  11. Knot the scarf at regular intervals.
  12. It looks nice worn with a pretty pin such as this hand made fabric and button brooch.
  13. Or you can tie it around your hair.

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October 5, 20150 found this helpful

This is really cute, great job!

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October 21, 20150 found this helpful

Thankyou x

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February 12, 20160 found this helpful

I also love the fabric flower, did you make that too?

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