I have a bunch of sweatshirts that are too large now. How to reuse?

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  • B. Enne B. Enne on Jan 01, 2018
    Donate them. Make a rag rug or quilt. Sew panels together and bring them to an animal shelter.

  • Landsharkinnc Landsharkinnc on Jan 01, 2018
    Cut the arms off and make leg warmers, use the body to upholster pillows, if material is tubular..no side seams, they can be stuffed for washable pet beds, use two, three cut intoa single piece of material, stuff then sew up sideseams, cut into squares, make into 12" x12" squares, or what ever size you like, make a quilt...throw for snuggling...

  • Gloria tulip Gloria tulip on Jan 01, 2018
    Donate or gain weight.

  • Kitty Kitty on Jan 01, 2018
    Depends what shape they're in, of course. I'm assuming that you've already gone through and discarded damaged ones and given others to Salvation Army, etc and now you're left with your favorites. So, a couple of thoughts. Cut up damaged ones for cleaning rags and patchwork pieces for lap throw. Nicer ones you could cut up middle and put buttons for diy cardigan. You could also cut junkets into strips and weave together for rugs, totes, placemats etc. Hope this gives you some ideas😃 Happy new year!

  • Kimberly Holcomb Morton Kimberly Holcomb Morton on Jan 01, 2018
    Cut the bottom off , the neck out and the end sleeves. Use cross stitch thread to sew around bottom , end of sleeves and neck and add anything you want to cross stitch or embrider on your sweat shirts , or add patches ...