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Megan Nicolay's new book, Generation T: Beyond Fashion takes t-shirt reconstruction in to the world of accessories, fashion, gifts and homeware.

The follow up to the popular Generation T, this book is filled with 120 projects for you to try at home. Including tutorials for all the techniques you'll need, learn the art of tying, knotting, braiding, embellishing and appliques. Restyle a tee and spice up your wardrobe with a Pinup Girl Halter, Knotted Caplet, Bubble Skirt or Twisted Shrug. Accessorize with Macrame Belts, Braided Headbands and a Hooded Scarf. Decorate your home with Knotted Pillows, a Laptop Sleeve, Drinking Coasters or a Royal Flush Toilet Lid Cover.

There are also projects for making maternity wear, male and female fashion, pet toys, sportswear, and baby accessories. The book even includes a range of blank figures, so that you can design your own projects. It's time to raid your wardrobe for unwanted tees and get crafty, because there are endless options for giving them new life. Y

ou can pick up a copy of the book from Workman or the Generation T website. Check out a sample project from this book, Grocery Tote.

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