So, I was talking about the t-shirt ribbons I used to crochet a bathroom rug, and here is a short tutorial on how to go about cutting down a t-shirt. It’s also important to note that the results will make chunky work, so a few extra corners and wavering widths aren’t a big deal at all.
This is what is left when the shirt has been cut down to a rough square and then I started going around and around. By the time I’d done the third or fourth I was making short sleeve t-shirts into a continuous string. However, as you can see I also had to tie together some strands. Once again, it won’t be a big deal as the work will be so chunky.
Hope this technique works out for you. It’s so much smarter than purchasing cheap cotton fabric pre-cut from the nearest craft store.