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June 03, 2009

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ibb

Good morning.
Great ideas to begin the day.It is quite easy to make. I´ll keep in mind.
Thanks for sharing.

Sandra Yeong

Now i regret i didn't get the cheap souvenier t-shirt in London. I alwasy thought no one will wear it, so why bother to buy. he he.

Patia

Adorable.

Judith

Very cool idea! My daughter has some t-shirts she's sentimentally attached to and we thought about this idea, though now we're leaning toward incorporating them into a quilt. Hope that turns out as nice as Wille's pillow!

Lilla huset på prärien

Superfin kudde! Tyvärr tror jag inte att t-shirten sonen fick från sin farmor med bladdrigt tryck och "I was in Amsterdam" blir lika cool som din... :)

Kram Jenny

Sara

I was just about to get rid of three t-hirts that I love but didn't really know what to do with. You truly are a miracle girl... I don't know how you think of this stuff, but I'm really glad you do! :)

pve

I heart your pillow.
Milton would be proud.

Lina

Thanks for sharing us this bright idea! Now I know what to do with our memorabilia college/club t-shirts!

Katie K

Very cool idea. I like that the bottom is simply folded inside - one less seam (and no zipper!) sounds good to me!

Jacqueline

Good Morning Benita! I love that pillow and NYC too (hometown). Yesterdays post about orange also made me think of NY - Zabar's and their great orange logo. It looks great on their white mug - now I am wondering if they have t-shirts!

sarah marie

I have been planning on doing this with my concert tees that are either too small or never get worn. Thanks for the step by step! This is just the motivation I needed to drag them out of my sewing pile and finally do it.

stephscrap

love it !!

Lisa Flaherty

Very cute! I've done this with the boy's favorite T-shirts that he's outgrown. He would insist on wearing them even though they bared his midriff, so we make a "lovey" pillow out of them. Great idea for souveneir T's!

Lindzi

Love it! Så himla coolt!

brooke

Oh man! I just bought a t-shirt during my recent trip to NYC for exactly the same purpose. But sewing knits still scares me, so I'm so happy to find your tutorial!

Amy W

Cute! I am going to have to give that a try!

Linda

Looks good.

Marianne

What a great idea to re- use a pillow.

Aku

I've done the same with shirts. I've left the buttons on so the run in the middle and they've turned out quite nice! :)

Nicolette

Haha, great idea! Also, the pillow actually matches the bedding!

Nicolette
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Benita, thank you for posting this, I've been thinking about this very project for the past two weeks, trying to work out the logistics. Now I can put my brain to rest!

Cheers,
Alana

Qlka

It's great idea, I will use it!

Jo Ann v.

Oh wonderful !!
I have many souvenir t-shirts I only keep because they are souvenirs, and I love this idea ! So, no need to buy new pillows for my new house anymore ! I will use mine and customize them !
I love love love this idea, thank you !!

Natalie

Ok, this is awesome! I'm definitely going to try this with my I<3NY shirt! Thanks!

Katie

Loooooooove this! I've featured it in a DIY roundup on my site today. Thanks for the great ideas!!

amy from ara133photograhpy

awesome idea, thanks so much!!! I have a bunch of old tees that I never wear but that are sentimental, this would be a perfect use for them. Thanks! :) amy

Bonny

I wanted to let you know that I featured your t-shirt pillow on my 10 Ways to Showcase Special T-Shirts post at http://thedomesticatedprincess.blogspot.com/2012/11/from-t-shirt-to-treasure-part-3.html.

Maria Costa

I love the pillow idea, as you can see by the picture https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/655791, I make these pillows for all of my guest rooms. I also spent this weekend on crafts, I made a bunch more pillows out of old cardigans. I'm just too lazy to put zippers in, so I love using old shirts or sweaters, anything that has buttons down the front.

Love you site, have been reading for a few years!

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