As a child I used to have a lot of bandanas. And they still exist! Most of them at my parents place but some time ago I took one home with me. It’s the one that I remember most, maybe because there is photographic evidence of it… I think, I’ve definitely loved it as a child, judging on how sun-bleached and worn-out it looks!
I wanted to have that bandana somewhere in my home but it was clear that I was not going to wear it again. So I reused it in a different way.
I’m kind of ashamed to call this a project, because it’s that easy! And probably also not that new. I just took an embroidery hoop, folded the bandana and put it in. And that’s all!! (I haven’t cut the bandana yet, I just couldn’t do it. So if I ever change my opinion it’s no problem to be wearing it again!)
I know, it isn’t really a new invention to put something new in a frame or even an embroidery hoop, but … I still like it :) My bandana hoop hasn’t found a real place yet, but when I move in a few months I plan to make a large gallery wall with all kinds of stuff, not just pics in frames and this one here will be perfect there!
Want More Scarf Week Inspiration?
The scarf refashion fun has only just begun!
Click the images above or links below to check ’em out.
1. From Childhood Memorabilia to Wall Art by It Was Weekend
2. A Vintage Boho Reading Nook: The Ceiling by The Gathered Home
3. Pom Pom Tassel Bag Charm by Ciburbanity
4. DIY Scarf Tray by Confessions of a Serial Do-It-Yourselfer
5. How to Turn Your Scarf into a Vest by Burlap & Babies
6. Turn a Vintage Scarf into a Lumbar Pillow by The Silly Pearl
7. Inexpensive Framed Scarf Art by Crafty Bonds
8. The Scarf: A Necessary Item in Every Child’s Dress-Up Box by Apron Strings & Other Things
9. Upcycled Scarf Planter by Upcycled Treasures
10. DIY Sparkling Infinity Scarf Refashion by The Crafting Nook
11. PJ Pants to Scarf Upcycle by Southern State of Mind
12. Furoshiki Book Bag by Tried & True
13. DIY Scarf Camera Strap by The Thinking Closet
Well, we’ve reached the grand finale of Scarf Week with today’s theme of Scarf Refashions, and grand it most certainly was! If you’re just tuning in, this was just one of five inspirational themes from this week. And you can check ’em all out by visiting our co-coordinators, Lauren from The Thinking Closet and Vanessa from Tried & True. And you can also explore all of the creative projects we’ve been sharing on social media by checking out our hashtag, #ScarfWeek2015.
I hope to see you again here soon.
Or at latest next year for the next round of Scarf Week!