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How to Make Sheet Yarn, T-Shirt Yarn and Plyarn

Posted by Erin Halvorsen on

Here is a playlist of 8 videos that show how to recycle sheets, t-shirts and plastic into yarn that can be made into all sort of things. (Rugs, mats for the homeless, purses, bags, pet beds, table runners, trivets, decorative pillows, placemats,  grocery sacks, baskets, wash clothes or scrubbies. etc.)  All of these things make wonderful inexpensive treasured gifts.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAEHBqI5JB7ZAUHO-XXboXnWM8H7tzluU&disable_polymer=true

The photo shows all 3 yarns made into rugs.

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Until next time happy rag rugging!

Erin

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