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100% Recycled Hand Cut T-Shirt Yarn. Each roll is around 100 or more yards (it all depends on the size of the shirt that was recycled). Yarn roll sizes can range from 75 to 150 yards. We only use shirts that we have to left over from various projects, misprints, defective items, or discontinued designs. We also pull T's from our own closets to recycle into yarn.

You could turn this amazing material into rugs, blankets, bags, bowls, place mats, scarves, cushions, poufs,... just to name a few.

Some of the T's may have had printing on them so the ink areas tend to stay flat and add texture to the yarn & the finished product. 
We try to only use shirts that are circular knit & not sewn up the sides. 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 for consistency.

As a rule if the material is a solid color its going to be 100% cotton, if it's a heather grey or similar it will have some polyester in it.

NOTE ON COLOR = There are slight color variations from roll to roll given the shirts are from many different brands - we group the rolls into various color families that are as close as possible. 

We ONLY use actual T-shirts to make our yarn, and are limited to the colors we offer based on the shirts we use, so we may only have one or 2 rolls of some colors. 


Thank you so much for your support ! 

  • 5
    t-shirt yarn

    Posted by Dorothy Guest on 11th Jun 2019

    very nice yarn. Fast delivery

  • 5
    perfect warp

    Posted by Unknown on 10th Sep 2016

    Been using as warp for my rag rugs Perfect and so environmentally conscious

  • 5
    t-shirt yarn

    Posted by Jesse on 5th May 2013

    This was a fun purchase! I knitted a tuque!

  • 4
    Useful product

    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.

  • 4
    Love this yarn!

    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!