T-SHIRT 🔁PILLOW

A quick, no-sew, super-easy craft that reuses and recycles!
  1. Take a t-shirt.
    This one is a too-small Goodwill find. I wanted to make into a Xmas gift for my favorite Directioner.
  2. Cut off the hem, sleeves and neckline. Cut up the sides.
    Try to keep it straight while you cut. You're aiming for two even pieces, a front and a back.
  3. Cut a square out of each corner.
    Keep the pieces lined up, cause it's crucial for the next step.
  4. Cut the edges into strips, like a fringe.
    CUT THROUGH BOTH LAYERS AT ONCE AND KEEP THEM TOGETHER. Sorry to yell, but you gotta.
  5. Tie the top and bottom layers together. Match the "fringe" strings together and tie a knot.
    I tried to get pics of this, but it was impossible with a black shirt.
  6. Leave one side open, then stuff it.
    I gutted an old, ugly pillow and used its stuffing. You can get blank pillowforms at a craft store, too. Or a bag of fiberfill. When you've stuffed it to your liking, tie the last side up like you did the other three.
  7. Finished product!
  8. Easy peasy! A fun way to keep favorite t-shirts you've outgrown, or to make commemorative pillows of concert tees, race tees, etc.
    I did this one in a hurry, but you could prepare it more carefully and precisely with rulers and chalk and stuff if you're going for a cleaner look.