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Easy and original jewelry made with t-shirt yarn

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This model of pendant with clasps is undoubtedly an original idea for making jewelry with t-shirt yarn, but it’s not the only one, because with t-shirt yarn you can make modern accessories with great style that are very easy to reproduce. Today you’ll see inspiring ideas to create simple, original and very modern jewelry with t-shirt yarn. Continue reading

Necklaces and pendants made of recycled fabric

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Bijouterie made with recycled fabric (especially necklaces and pendants) is a fashion trend, like other recycled complements that are a mixture of ingenuity, ecological conscience and appreciation of the beauty of things made by hand.

Fortunately, more and more people are adding to this trend, recycling to create a future of environmentally friendly bijou accessories. Continue reading

Recycled fabric hair accessories

Recycled fabric hair accessories

Hair accessories made with recycled fabric are modern and really fun to make. You can make braids of 3, 4 or 5 strips to create simple accessories or make fabric flowers to decorate diadems and hair brooches. If you want to see more ideas, keep reading and enjoy these hair accessories made with recycled fabric. Continue reading

Accessories made of T-shirt yarn and chains (products, tutorials and videos)

Accessories made of T-shirt yarn and chains (products tutorials and videos)

T-shirt yarn and chains are a great combination for making jewelry. With these materials you can achieve a piece with the shine of metal and the color of recycled fabric. If you like this idea keep reading, because today we are going to share with you some tutorials and videos to learn how to make accessories with chains and recycled fabric. Continue reading

How to make textile beads

How to make textile beads

Using T-shirt yarn, felt scraps and other kinds of fabric you can make textile beads to create ecologic jewelry. There are many ways to make beads with recycled fabric: sewing, wrapping, or making a braid with the fabric strips; today we are going to share ideas and tutorials to learn to make this kind of beads. Continue reading

An easy way to make a bracelet with recycled fabric

An easy way to make a bracelet with recycled fabric

With two strips of recycled fabric you can learn this easy way to make a bracelet, you just have to choose 2 colors of your preference and follow the steps we are going to share with you. The advantage is that you don’t need to know how to crochet or make any macramé knots, so let’s start. Continue reading

How to make a necklace with fabric chain (sewn or crochet)

How to make a necklace with fabric chain (sewn or crochet)

Lately in fashion shows we have seen in the runways this model of necklace and the artisans are more likely to make this design using recycled fabric. We are talking about chain necklaces made with fabric links, which you can make sewing the fabric or by crochet.

Today we are going to see how to make this model of necklace just using artisanal methods. Continue reading

Tanvi Kant’s fabric jewelry

Tanvi Kant’s fabric jewelry

Tanvi Kant is an Indian artisan who works with recycled fabrics to create fine jewelry with history -as she says- because she uses old sarees from her family that are made of fine hindu fabrics. Tanvi has received many awards for these creations, which are as original as beautiful.

Tanvi is considered an artist who creates beauty recycling waste materials.

Look how cute the jewelry pieces made by Tanvi are and how original is the technique she has developed. Continue reading

T-shirt yarn earrings

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When there is little left in the recycled fabric coil we always have the feel that we can make a little art work, and that is true, because we can always make earrings or rings, as there are many models that can be made easily and others that surely we can create with our imagination.

Any crochet, macrame or chinese knots pendant can be made with recycled fabric. And also we can combine it with beads, leather or other recycled materials. Continue reading