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How to make placemats with recycled fabric yo-yos

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By now surely you’ve already practiced how to make recycled fabric yo-yos and that is why we are going to share some projects for you to make. Today we’ll tell you how to create these charming placemats for the dining room or kitchen table using only yo-yos. This is a great project to use scraps of fabric or upcycle clothes you no longer wear. Continue reading

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Dyeing effects for fabric

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One of the benefits of using fabric for crafting is that you can change its appearance just by dyeing it, then you can use this modified piece in any of your projects. To give your work with recycled fabric a little bit of variety, today we’re going to show you some dyeing effects that you can apply to your fabrics. Continue reading

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T-shirt yarn toy for pets

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This homemade pet toy is perfect for entertaining our furry friends as no dog or cat (or really just about any pet) would resist playing with a soft object, which they can chew on and carry anywhere with ease.

Following the instructions that we give you below you’ll learn in an easy way how to make a toy for pets with t-shirt yarn. Continue reading

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Pattern to make t-shirt yarn sandals easily

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You already know that many garments and accessories can be made with t-shirt yarn and today it’s the turn of sandals. And although at first it seems complicated, this project is easier than you think. With the following pattern to make simple t-shirt yarn sandals you’ll have the base to make many models of this type of footwear. Continue reading

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How to make a dreamcatcher with recycled fabric

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Dreamcatchers are accessories created to catch bad dreams floating in the air and allow good dreams to enter, according to the tradition of the native peoples of North America. When the sun rises in the morning, the bad dreams trapped in the spider web disappear. If you like this kind of decoration keep reading because today we’ll make a dreamcatcher with recycled fabric. Continue reading