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No matter how you choose to store them, can we agree that we have too many T-shirt printers/t shirt printers and that it would be nice to find a way to reuse them? I put some thought into this, experimented a while, and came up with the placemats you see in the photo above. Yes, I made those, and they were easy. I will provide detailed instructions in the next article.
I know. Some of you are a little annoyed at my placemat suggestion, because your old T-shirt designs/t-shirt designs have faded in the wash, or you have ten white ones and three gray ones. In any case, you would never get such colorful placemats out of those old rags.
Well, neither did I, because I got the Screen printings at the Salvation Army. They have literally hundreds of T-shirt screen printings, sorted by color, ranging from forty cents to a dollar. I bought four Custom t-shirtss for a total of $2.75.
It gets better. This particular Salvation Army was giving away two loaves of bread for every purchase! I only took one loaf, since I’m a single-person household. Even so, it was simply beautiful: for the cost of a loaf of bread, I got…a loaf of bread. Plus all the fabric I needed for my project.
Here are some other uses for old T-shirt printings. They range from the obvious to the ultra-creative. Enjoy!