Dog bed out of a sweatshirt

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Diy dog bed! Two large pieces of fabric cut into strips around the edges and tied together,  stuffed with old t-shirts

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DIY No Sew Braided Rug using old sheets or t-shirts! NO SEW! The strips are woven right into the next "ring". When a strip runs out, it is  joined to the next one seamlessly with a cool little trick. LOVE IT!!!

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Made grocery bags out of old T-shirts. Cut off sleeves, cut out neck. This makes the handles. Turn shirt inside out and sew bottom closed. Flip back over and voila! If using adult T-shirt, you might shorten it, otherwise bag can be crazy big. Sewed 13 bags in about 30 minutes. I pinned and cut. My 12-twelve-year old used the sewing machine. ;)

Made grocery bags out of old T-shirts. Cut off sleeves, cut out neck. This makes the handles. Turn shirt inside out and sew bottom closed. Flip back over and voila! If using adult T-shirt, you might shorten it, otherwise bag can be crazy big. Sewed 13 bags in about 30 minutes. I pinned and cut. My 12-twelve-year old used the sewing machine. ;)

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Dog bed out of a sweatshirt. Sew collar shut. Place old flat pillow in middle add stuffing in top and arms. Sew bottom of shirt closed. Tuck one sleeve into the other a sew shut. Voila...cute dog bed.

Dog bed out of a sweatshirt. Place old flat pillow in middle add stuffing in top and arms. Sew bottom of shirt closed. Tuck one sleeve into the other a sew shut.

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