Upcycle Old Shirts Into T-shirt Yarn Baskets

By sekiworks

Old T-shirts aren’t only good as garage rags, you know. Turn them into continuous pieces of yarn that you can then crochet into T-shirt Yarn Baskets! These little baskets and […]

Hand Knitting Tutorial: Upcycle Old Yarn Or Clothing Strips

By MalicesCraftland

I’ve learned this new technique, it’s very simple and fast I’ll show it to you in this video. Look how beautiful is the final effect!

Upcycled Bike Tires Into Dream Catchers

By North Yorkshire's Craft Guru

Ole tires make fabulous bases for giant dream catchers.

Bracelet From Scraps

By Waldemar Sha

Thi is a bracelet I made from leather and yarn scraps.

Baker’s Twine Out of Old T-shirts

By Ronja Lotte

Learn to make your own Baker’s twine for zero money. You only need old T-shirts and scissors.

Diy: Unused Yarn Chandelier

By Neokentin

If you’re a knitter or crocheter, you certainly have a lot of unused skeins, yardage, fibers, yarns…Now it’s time to use them and show to everybody that you are a […]

Urban Up-knitt-ling

By Neokentin

There is an abundance of things you can do with yarn leftovers. We decided to take them out into the streets! On march 2nd, 2013 we startet an urban knitting […]

Sweater Made with Leftover Yarn

By Neokentin

Crochet sweater with long and short threads of leftover yarn.

Restitch : Upcycled Yarn

By Neokentin

Reduce, reuse, ReStitch! ReStitch Yarn is handmade from thrifted T-shirts.

Skipping-rope with Leftover Yarn

By Neokentin

Made with leftover yarn! Use anything: too hard, too thin, not long enough to do something serious with… and crochet with 5 threads together. Easy!

Nid De Poule Project: Paris Streets Potholes And Cracks Filled With Colorful Yarn

By Neodim

Artist Juliana Santacruz Herrera has filled a number of Paris’s potholes and cracks with colorful yarn. In french, such holes are called “chicken nests”, that’s why its called “Nid de […]

Repurposed Plastic Bags Tapestry

By Mary Beth Trautwein

Plastic in the trees tapestry is made from repurposed plastic bags and recycled yarns by artist Julie Kornblum. ++ Julie Kornblum website and reDiscover Center !

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