Tag Archives: tarn

Happy Halloween!

I crocheted some pumpkin pins to share with folks at the nursing home. It was so much fun to run around offering them to everybody – residents and visitors alike. Silly pins really bring out the smiles! My thanks to … Continue reading

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Looking for Options

I’ve been wondering what easy item, other than 5″ looper potholders, the Crochet Corner ladies might like to weave. Seeing these pretty little sachets, made with sock yarn on a pinloom, I thought I’d try using yarn and a potholder … Continue reading

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It’s Done!!

I learned an important lesson about making tarn (t-shirt yarn) while preparing to start our new kitchen rug. Two of the t-shirts had side seams so I couldn’t just cut looong spiraling strips from a t-shirt’s hem up to the … Continue reading

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More Like Five-and-a-Half Old T-Shirts

Our new t-shirt bathmat is so cushy, smooshy, comfy, so much nicer on the bare feet than our old terry cloth one! And since it’s 100% cotton it’s very absorbent, but I think the rather loosely knitted fabric will still … Continue reading

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Eleven Old T-Shirts

I discovered the Ravelry group, Got T-Shirt Yarn?, a couple of years ago and started saving every t-shirt that we no longer wear. DH has lost weight so he contributed several. I really want to try the pattern, Bridgetown T-shirt Rug, … Continue reading

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