Based on Recycled Tee Circle Scarf by Erin
I used several different colors so I killed at least 15 different shirts (closet raid!)and I wanted something different so I got BUSY as you can see...lol.
The COOLEST thing about this style is I can add to it whenever I want. I did not have any green but I will soon (GOT IT as you can see) and I will just pop it in there and it can even be lengthened anytime in the same manner.
The loops are not tied together as it showed in the original project from Missy. Mine are ran through each other connecting the ends. It was made about 4 times longer than I wanted so I could fold the single weave over itself a couple times to thicken it up. I did this by looping the middle over my kitchen chair post standing back like I had reins and gently twisting it over itself, then did that one more time. I ran a loop through the two ends making one end of the finished scarf and then where the middle was I ran another loop through making that the other end. I cut the loose loops to creat fringe.
Then I randomly ran loops among the fabric, binding it to itself and cut all the loose loops. Hope that was understandable ;-).
I love making conversation pieces....hahah. ;-)
Thanks for the idea Missy.. mine took a detour ;-)~
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