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recycled Tshirt yarn

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I loved all her work. Thanks for sharing this site!
I have been learning to weave using recycled teeshirts to make "yarn". We weave ragg rugs on huge antique weaving looms.
Thanks Christine...
I'll have to give it a try... however, I just got rid of all the Tshirts I had hanging around the house!!!
There are more at the nearest thrift shop!!
May in Atlanta
now that sounds like fun :)
last summer I got rid of all my yarn supplies, then around Christmas, I quit smoking & now I can't quit knitting ! yarn is cheaper & healthier :lol:
My heartfelt congratulations on quitting smoking. I quit about 25 years ago and it was the hardest thing I ever did... so, I know.
Presently, I am perfectly happy with my two addictions: Knitting and Dancing... !!!
I made a pair of short little fingerless gloves in green to wear tonight to my Dance class... for St. Patty's Day.
Will post pictures.
May in Atlanta
can't wait to see the gloves ! My daughter lives in Atlanta (Buckhead area I think) such a great place. and congrats to you, now you can dance as long as you want ! my granddaughter makes fingerless gloves on my circular knifty knitter, when she sits still long enough ! great talking to you !
Hi, I just posted a picture under Saint Patrick's Day Green... or something like that!!!
Hope you like my little gloves... which, I might lengthen to make them into "wristies"...
May in Atlanta
Christine Dix said: I tried this and it worked ! this is cool !
Thanks for the website. My husband passed away suddenly 5 months ago, and I have been reluctant to delegate his favorite t-shirts to the rag pile, and wanted to do something like this in for form of a knitted throw.
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