Upcycled No-Sew Tee Shirt
Teens, don’t throw out that baggy tee shirt. Give it a fresh new look as this Upcycled No-Sew Tee Shirt. It’s so simple and quick and everyone will think you’ve added something new to your wardrobe.
The first mention of the term upcycling is found in a 1994 article in the architecture and antiques magazine Salvo, in an interview with mechanical engineer Reiner Pilz who explains: “I call recycling down-cycling. What we need is up-cycling, thanks to which old products are given a higher, not a lower, value.” Source: revibe-upcycling.com – The evolution and history of Upcycling: from the 40s to nowadays
- Tee shirt
- 6 large safety pins
- Turn the tee shirt inside out.
- Open up the safety pins. Starting at the bottom, weave a pin in and out along a side seam gathering extra fabric as you weave. Repeat with 2 more pins.
- Gather the other side seam in the same manner.
That’s all there is to it.
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