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31 MAKERS as Innovators Index antique look, 17–18 rock and roll bracelet project, 23–24 braiding, 27–29 brushes, 14–15, 17, 18 scraps, 7, 15 shopping, 6, 10 shortening, 20–21 silhouettes, 9, 15 sizes, 6, 9 sleeves, 22, 23, 25, 26 stencils, 15–18 supplies, 6–7, 8, 10 chalk lines, 11–12, 16, 20, 21 crazy hair project, 25–26 drying, 12, 17, 18 fringe, 23–24, 25–26 ironing boards, 5, 16 irons, 12, 16 tote bag project, 26 washing, 5, 10, 12 workspaces, 10, 16 necklines, 6–7, 21–22 newspapers, 12–13 painting, 6, 10, 11–13, 14–15, 15–18 About the Author Kristin Fontichiaro teaches at the University of Michigan.
Throughout this book, you’ve seen many ideas for how to turn inexpensive leftover or secondhand t-shirts into new clothes and accessories. Hopefully by now you can take apart a t-shirt in your mind and imagine each part being cut, fringed, knotted, or braided into new ideas. Now go have fun. Get a pile of shirts and start making. You’ll surprise yourself with what you can create! 29 MAKERS as Innovators Glossary cuff (KUHF) the band or folded part of the sleeve of a shirt or blouse that goes around your wrist distorted (dis-TORT-id) twisted out of a normal shape fray (FRAY) to unravel hem (HEM) to fold over and sew down an edge of material to prevent fraying seam (SEEM) a line of sewing that joins two pieces of material silhouette (sill-oo-ET) a dark outline of someone or something, visible against a light background 30 Find Out More Books Chernin, Jan.
MAKERS as Innovators between the other two strands. Now pull the piece on the left gently toward the right and set it down in the middle of the other two strands. Repeat this process over and over. Stop every few minutes to straighten out your braid and make it looser or tighter as needed. v=F_hHhtQGNus. When you get to the end of your strands, see if your braid is long enough for the project you want to make. If not, sew, use fabric glue (let it dry before you continue braiding), or knot another length onto your strand and Try weaving shirt strips into your hair to make a long, colorful braid.