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  1. Rachel | The Crafted Life
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    How cool! Can’t wait to see what you do with this pattern!

  2. Namrata
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    Superb ideas. Want to try ASAP.

  3. Sky Turtle
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    Neat! I was using my serger to attach the ends, but this looks much easier.
    I’ll give it a try. I also like you fabric choice <3

  4. Monika
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    Thanks for that great tip! I crochet a basket with yarn and loved it (2014 Xmas gift for neighbors!). Will look for fabric at thrift stores.

  5. Stefanie
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    Hi! I love this and making tshirt yarn and was looking into using the jersey fabric to get more consistent yarn. I just experimented with a small bit of unusable tshirt shaped like a rectangle using this method. I was curious how the corners of yours did when stretched out (when you turn the cut at the ends of the fabric)? Because mine were ugly and stuck out quite a bit. I’m not exactly an expert with scissors so I was just looking for some tips for this! Thanks!

  6. Stefanie
    Stefanie at | | Reply

    Oh and also if you know how many yards you got out of the fabric? any rough guesstimate will do!

  7. Stefanie
    Stefanie at | | Reply

    Thanks so much that helps a lot actually!

  8. Karenmf
    Karenmf at | | Reply

    why don’t we see bands/strands of just gray or just yellow in your ball of yarn?

  9. Sarah
    Sarah at | | Reply

    Hi Heidi
    This is brilliant!
    Thank you so much.

  10. Corinne Sweetin
    Corinne Sweetin at | | Reply

    Love this!!! I actually have a bunch of old jersey sheets I was saving for drop cloths. Nun-uhh! Not any more! 😉

    Loved the tote pattern too! Thank you!! ☺️

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