“What are you going to do with all those fabric scraps?!” my husband recently exclaimed, alluding to the mass of textiles building up in my studio. “I’ll find something to use it for – I always do.” I replied with a knowing smirk.
Those of us who are striving to be eco-conscious often find that our lifestyle comes with one unexpected twist: we inadvertently hoard random objects. Whether it’s glass bottles, soda can tabs, toilet paper rolls or some other potentially reusable treasure, eco-crafters rather collect than dispose.
So the question is – what do we do with all that fabric!?
Well, one easy and fun way to use old t-shirts or fabric scraps is to create a set of cotton bangle bracelets. Easy enough to make with kids and stylish enough to wear as an adult – these fun accessories give you yet another excuse to keep that old band tee you’ve been reluctant to part with. So get out a handy pair of scissors, a needle and thread, and shred a t-shirt for instant crafting delight.
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