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Cheap, large T-shirt printers/t shirt printers make comfortable sleepwear. If the collar is too tight, cut it out (it’s okay; you have my permission), or cut a ‘V’ at the throat.
T-shirt printings that aren’t nice enough for running errands might still be okay for working out. (If you are one of those people who must be more than “barely presentable” at the gym, then I will try not to judge you. I mean, I can try.)
Cut off the collar and sleeves (or not) and use as rags for cleaning. This is a good suggestion if you wore the T-shirt designs/t-shirt design for working out or as sleepwear, until multiple washings resulted in holes that would get you arrested if you wore the shirt outside your home.
Make a pillowcase. Cut off the sleeves. Cut a straight line, shoulder to shoulder, to remove the collar and make the top straight. Turn the Screen printing inside out and sew a seam from the beginning of one arm hole, across the top, and to the end of the other arm hole. Leave the bottom open. Turn it right-side out again. You now have a pillowcase, and the opening is already hemmed for you!
Make a super-easy tote bag.
Make a scarf or necklace out of the T-shirt screen printing. Here, and here, and here. Oh, and here.
You can make a rag rug by crocheting.