Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Wire T-Shirt Scarf


For my luck, my husband didn't want this promo T-shirt he got in a Congress, so I snapped it right away..a new  T-shirt for me to play with, yahoo!! Besides, it has a beautiful navy colour!!
Another T-shirt scarf coming...but this time I wanted to give it a little I used some silver wire to make some rings to embellish it.

I love it!!

What I used:
1. Hubby despised T shirt
2. A glue stick (what for??? you will see!)
3. Cut Plier
4. Fabric Glue
5. Needle and Thread
6. Scissors
7. Silver Plated artisan wire 1.02 mm

Cut the shirt strips , 1 inch each
Now you have lots of strips
Stretch them as in here make the rings....glue stick! 
Wrap around...
I removed form the stick after some loops in order to make a knot, then put it back again to finish the loops

Remove  the loops from the glue stick
Another knot
Now to the fabric...get all the strips together
Cut the whole thing in half
Now we have 2 ends

Insert the perfectly round ( wink wink) rings
You can keep them separate in different points of the scarf or join them together, you can play around with them

To join the ends again, one by one with needle and thread

After all of them are tied together again, cut a small rectangle piece of fabric to finish off like below
If you stretch this piece of fabric  you will get a nice round edge

I used just a dab of glue this time, as the ones here, although I love them and use a lot, I think the back it is a bit bulky because I used way too much glue

This  time I nailed it!

Isn't it nice? You can use tight to the neck as well..

 Or in one long loop
Me, the model, ah that neck...good thing is going to be hidden...age showing...sad times gals..:0(

PUURFECT for those not so cold days of fall here on the island when a warm neck warms the whole body!
Hope you enjoy!

This has many many possibilities, beads, wire, etc...up next I will use the left over for a bracelet with strips and beads! to come...:0)

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  1. LOVE how you added your own personal touch to the t-shirt necklace. Thanks for showing us how to do it ourselves!!!

  2. Really pretty--I love the "mixed media" here!

  3. This is adorable! thanks for the detailed tutorial...I can make one now. Would love it if you would link this up to our Rockin' link party going on now at RoCa and Company. Here is the link: . Come and show off what you got. Hope to see you there...

    Remember...YOU ROCK!!

    Carmen @ RoCa and Company

  4. This is awesome!!!What an great blog,,Im officially following ya with smiles.. Found ya on linky and had to stop in.. So much creativity dwells here.. Im Marilyn via ..Hope you can stop in sometime..TY

  5. That looks so great! What a fabulous new necklace you have! You are very creative! I am so happy you shared this @ Show & Share! Hope to see more from you!

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