DIY T-Shirt Necklace Scarf

With Christmas just around the corner, I thought I would share with you a recent DIY project I did that is perfect for last minute gifts or for the fashionista in your life.  Or you can just make one for yourself...I won't tell!

I am not the first to share this brilliant idea, though I think mine is a pretty cute version!  To make the necklace you will need a t-shirt and some scissors.  Easy peasy.  Takes about 30 minutes...if that.  Go make yourself one...and for your sister! 

Edited to add:
Here are a few photos to better explain the braiding.  Cut off three of your cut strands, braid, and then attach with the rest of your scarf.

Check out some more photos of this project that we did at my Ladie's Valentine's Day Tea:

Are you making any gifts this Christmas?


  1. Love this!
    I am definitely making gifts this year, and usually I don't like to do that. Mainly b/c I am worried something won't turn out nice enough. But this year I don't really have a choice and I always love it when my friends make gifts--not sure why I have a double standard on myself..
    But I so love this! I'm going to look for old shirts!

  2. i did it again! ahhhh!
    so sorry!

  3. Oh cool! Watch me have no T shirts left now cause I'm going to turn them all into scarfs! haha

  4. So glad I watched this, I was getting ready to make one but you showed me a few things I haven't seen before. So excited! The kids are going to make their own with me. LOVE Mommy/Daughter craft time!!!!!

  5. Thanks for the comments on my elephant bookends! It was a fun project. I might try horses next for my little sister's books!

    I've seen these DIY shirt scarves a few times and after watching your video I think I can follow along! Great job!


  6. Thanks for the video! My 18 year old daughter and 8 year old son sat and watched with me. They both agree...very cool. I am totally making one for my sister-in-law.

  7. Very cute! I must make some of these soon!

  8. Love your video!!!! I just made a circle scarf out of fabric, so I will have to save this DIY for the spring possibly!


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