Looking for an easy t-shirt DIY project? Refashion a t-shirt into a fringe scarf and jazz up today’s outfit? Try this DIY fringe scarf that you can make in just a few minutes with a scissors and an old t-shirt.
How to make a t-shirt fringe scarf
Grab an old t-shirt, any t-shirt will do. I like to use soft, worn cotton tees with fun prints.
For this DIY fringe scarf I used a white baby doll t-shirt with a silver and gray screen-printed image. I had been saving this t-shirt for years in my to-do-something-crafty-with-old-t-shirt-collection.
Cut off the bottom hem, arms, and neckline. (This time I cut a curve to get the most out of the print.) In the past, I’ve cut straight across under the arm holes so the final shape is a rectangle. Either way works great.
On the curved side, cut thin strips about half the way up the t-shirt. The more strips you cut, the more fringe you’ll have on your scarf.
Pull each strip individually to stretch the fringe and create that cool rolled look.
Stretch the entire scarf horizontally.
Wrap it twice or wear it loose. This t-shirt fringe scarf is lightweight and a great addition to any outfit.
Optionally you can tie knots, braid the strips, or even add beads to your fringe t-shirt scarf.
How have you refashioned t-shirts? Share in the comments below.