I had shown my 13 DD that link that Max had posted here.
Yesterday my daughter did the cut into strips, and braid and came out with a scarf/belt. Next thing I know she and younger brother are using it for tug of war in the living room!
She is also making a pillow out of another tshirt.
i started one a few years ago, hmmm wonder where it ended up? It was a nightmare trying to follow the directions and i took it apart 6 times on the first 5 rows, but figured out how to compensate for different thicknesses of fabric to keep each row from buckling. ran out of t-shirts and forget when i'm at salval to pick up more. (i was going for all white - 50/50 lightweight blend and won't spend more than a quarter per shirt)
My friend Mary has made me two crocheted rugs out of 100% cotton quilting scraps plus fabric she had that she wondered why she'd ever bought, LOL. They are both about 42 inches. She also made one for her sister. Both of mine are at the cabin, one in front of the sink and one in front of the side door. I just washed the one in front of the sink and it came out terrific! Her mother had a rug like these that she made during the Depression and used in her kitchen at least through the '60s, if not the '70s. I love them! If you finish the one for your bathroom, you will, too!