Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
T-SHIRT YARN ($6 each or 4 for $20) WE HAVE VERY LOW STOCK ON MOST COLORS. THIS HAND MADE RECYCLED T-SHIRT YARN IS FOR OCCASIONAL PROJECTS, CRAFTING & UNIQUE ITEMS, IT'S NOT WELL SUITED FOR PROJECTS REQUIRING PERFECT CONSISTENCY (of color, length or thickness) FROM ROLL TO ROLL OF YARN OR LARGE QUANTITIES. EACH ROLL IS HAND MADE FROM THE VARIOUS SHIRTS WE HAVE AROUND TO RECYCLE FROM VARIOUS BRANDS AND MAKERS. WE WILL POST PICTURES OF THINGS THAT CAN BE MADE FROM IT AND IMAGES OF WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS MAKE FROM IT.
A Handmade Chunky Yarn out of Recycled T-shirts that were misprinted, discontinued or have been donated to be recycled.
We Hand Cut and Hand Pull Each Roll of Yarn - which is around 30 yards or longer - it depends on the shirt size - but we always try to get as much as we can out of the shirt. PLEASE NOTE - there a many variations from shirt to shirt to each ball of T-Shirt Yarn is Different....
Some of the T's had printing so the ink spots tend to stay flat and add texture to the yarn & the finished. Some T-shirts are Sewn up the sides which tends to add a knot like texture to your finished project. Some are more of a Light Weight cotton and some a Heavy Weight cotton but we try to cut them to be around the same thickness. There area also some occasional knots in the yarn, from breaking while making and to add to the roll to extend the length.
NOTE ON COLOR = There are slight color variations from roll to roll given the shirts are from many different brands - we try to group the rolls into various color families that are as close as possible.
If you want a very specific color - please email us. Thank You!
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Posted by Unknown on 10th Sep 2016
Been using as warp for my rag rugs Perfect and so environmentally conscious
Posted by Jesse on 5th May 2013
This was a fun purchase! I knitted a tuque!
Posted by scott on 10th Apr 2013
It seems very substantial, and will hold up well. It's a little thicker than I thought it would be.... But it is for Sir's use, I am merely the vessel. I'll let you know what Sir's opinion is when He formulates one.
Posted by Andy Angel on 6th Mar 2013
This yarn gives an interesting feel and texture to my scarves. I really like working with it. If I could use it for every project, I would. This is a great idea for recycling fabric!