Shirt Into a Scarf

How To : Make a scarf out of an old t-shirt

If you have a stack of old t-shirts that sit in your dresser, unworn, why not get some use out of one of them by transforming it into a scarf? Save some money... You'll have scarves for days with this technique! You Will Need: • An old T-shirt • A yard stick • Chalk • Sew ...more

How To : Recycle an old t-shirt into a no-sew head scarf

In this tutorial, we learn how to recycle an old t-shirt into a no-sew head scarf. First, lay your shirt out flat on a table and download the paper pattern from the video. From here, measure sixteen inches from side to side on the t-shirt that you are using. After this, follow ...more

How To : Make scarves from old T-shirts

Making three different scarves out of an old T-shirt is fast and simple. For the first one, lay the t-shirt out flat and cut horizontally from one underarm to the other. Next, cut one layer of the tube. Now cut straight lines every 1/2" inch all the way up to the last inch of ...more

How To : Tie dye a shirt with the sunburst technique

Most people (who have never done tie dye before) think that tie dye is simply squirting a bunch of psychadelic colors onto tied up fabric and going crazy with it. But there's more to tie dye than trippy rainbow hues and organic designs. There is more than one way to add a tie ...more

How To : Dye fabric items with coffee or tea

We've all heard of dying paper with tea dye for an aged, vintage effect. But did you know you could use tea (and coffee) to dye other things as well, including T-shirts and yarn? Find out how to stain clothing with coffee and tea by watching this helpful video. The techniques ...more

How To : Turn doilies and an old scarf into a boho bib top

In this tutorial, Elizabeth shows you how to turn two old doilies and a cheap thrift store scarf into an adorable boho/hipster bib top. This top is cheap and easy to make and best of all.. it's no sew! No thread involved! You will love this style and this shirt will soon becom ...more

How To : Weave tarn (t-shirt yarn) on a potholder loom

A potholder loom is a square-shaped loom that allows you to weave thickly woven fabric, but often if you're not careful you can create gaps in between the yarn. But that problem will be completely solved in this video, in which you'll learn how to bypass the gaps. The result w ...more

How To : Become a Great Thrift Store Shopper

Shopping at a thrift store can be a fun adventure, a daunting task, a way to save money, or a combination of any or all of those. There's no question that buying secondhand is almost always cheaper and buying at a thrift store undoubtedly so. But it can also be a lot of work. ...more

How To : Make a fringy scarf

Candice shows viewers how to make Megan Nicolay's shredded t-shirt fringy scarf! All you need is a t-shirt and scissors. First lay out your t-shirt flat on the surface. With your scissors, cut as straight as you can, right across the logo on your shirt. Take the bottom part of ...more

How To : Spice up a boring outfit into a fashionable ensemble

Turn those boring blue jeans and that drab white shirt into a fashionable ensemble with a few accessories. Watch and learn how to spice up your outfit with layered shirts, belts, fashion scarves and boots. There's nothing to giving an outfit a little more zest.

How To : Wear your scarf

In this tutorial, we learn how to wear your scarf. First, wrap the scarf around your neck and then take one side of the scarf. After this, you can tie it as tight as you can, then loosen it and the sides will go up. Style this however you like it that will work with your outfi ...more

How To : Dress for a snowstorm (or dress warmly for winter)

Listen closely or risk ending up like Jack Nicholson in The Shining, minus the whole crazy axe part. Learn how to dress properly for a snowstorm. You will need: underwear thermal underwear at least three shirts made of cotton, cotton blend or flannel a sweater made of cashmer ...more

How To : Style business casual outfits for winter

Just because you need to assemble an outfit for work doesn't mean it has to look all boring and aging. As long as you stay mostly covered up and don't pull out your neon-colored cheetah print stockings, you'll do just fine accessorizing and dressing fashionably. Check out thi ...more

How To : Wear a square scarf

Cate Adair shows us ways to wear a square scarf in this tutorial. The first way to wear this is the classic, which you will wrap the scarf around your hair and wear sunglasses. The next way to wear it is to fold it around your neck, with a jacket over it, to keep you warm duri ...more

How To : Tie an ascot for a preppy look

This video shows the viewer how to tie a scarf in an ‘Ascot’. Allegedly this is a preppy look and should appeal to young people. The knot is tied by placing the scarf around your neck, one of the lengths should be slightly longer than the other. Wrap the longer length three ti ...more

How To : Tie your scarf using different methods

Today we're learning how to tie on a scarf. First start with a large, square, light fabric scarf. Fold it in half diagonally to form a triangle. Simply tie it in a half knot around your neck and pull the ends in front. You can also use a square scarf as if it were a longer sca ...more

How To : Choose the best belt for an outfit

Don't just use a belt for keeping your pants up, use it to give you some style! As important an accessory as a handbag, a belt doesn’t just hold up your pants or pull in your tummy. Change your look by creatively matching your belt with your outfit. Step 1: Try outfit first ...more

How To : Draw fashion design collars

Interested in designing clothes? Learn how to draw ascots, bow ties, scarves and other collars for dress or shirts in this free video series from a fashion design graduate student. Part 1 of 10 - How to Draw fashion design collars. Draw fashion design collars - Part 2 of 10. C ...more

How To : 12 Creative Ways to Reuse Old T-Shirts

Got a bunch of T-shirts you need to get rid of? Depending on how nostalgic you are for your high school choir club shirt or rock concert tee from your college days, you can cut up your former threads into a dishrag or gym headband. Or, just memorialize those tees forever as f ...more

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