Recycled T-Shirt Fabric Yarn - Damson Color
Recycled T-Shirt Fabric Yarn - Damson Color
Recycled T-Shirt Fabric Yarn - Damson Color
Recycled T-Shirt Fabric Yarn - Damson Color
Recycled T-Shirt Fabric Yarn - Damson Color

Recycled T-Shirt Fabric Yarn - Damson Color

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$ 9.95

  • Composition: 95% Recycled Cotton 5% Spandex
  • Length: 460 feet - 154 yards - 140m  ±10%
  • Weight: 1.3lb-1.8lb - 600g-800g
  • Width: 25mm - 1in
  • Yarn Weight: Super Bulky
  • Crochet Hook Size: 6-8mm

Ganxxet's Recycled T-Shirt Fabric Yarn offers a sustainable and versatile option for your crafting projects. This eco-friendly yarn is crafted from recycled textile offcuts, contributing to environmental conservation by reducing the need for raw materials. With a focus on sustainability, Ganxxet's yarn provides a unique texture and quality that will elevate your projects.

Ideal for various creations, this yarn is perfect for crochet, knitting, macrame, and weaving. Perfect for crafting bags, baskets, rugs, jewelry, plant holders, pet toys, and more.

Choose from a variety of vibrant colors and subtle hues to suit your personal style and aesthetic preferences. From bold and bright to soft pastels, there's a shade for every project and mood. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced crafter, Ganxxet's Recycled T-Shirt Fabric Yarn is a must-have for your crafting supplies.

* Due to the recycled nature of this product, the actual yarn color may vary from the website image shown for representation purposes only.

We offer free US shipping on any order over $95. Orders are typically shipped within one business day and spend 3-4 days in transit. This means your order should arrive at your doorstep within 4-6 business days -- and often less!

We offer a hassle-free 30-day return policy. If you wish to return or exchange any product in your order, simply email to, and one of our team members will help you process the request.

As a result of the high demand for Ganxxet products, they may sell out rapidly. The recycled cotton used in their production can result in varying color shades between different batches. Therefore, we advise you to consider ordering a little extra for your particular projects.

While we make every effort to showcase our colors as accurately as we can, please be aware that the color on your screen may slightly differ from the actual product you receive at home.

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When you make fabric yarn out of t-shirt material, you get t-shirt yarn. T-shirt yarn is an eco-friendly crafting supply, as it uses repurposed materials. You can feel good about reducing waste while creating something special.

This soft, chunky yarn is also called jersey yarn. But no matter what you call it, this beautiful yarn is a good choice for your crochet projects like baskets, rugs, and other home decor items.

T-shirt yarn is an incredibly versatile material you can use in many projects. Here are a few ideas:

Macrame wall hangings
Crocheted or knitted baskets
Knitted coasters and placemats
Crocheted headbands and scrunchies
Macrame rugs
Macrame handbags
Crocheted baby bibs
Wrapped bangles
Crocheted poufs

Macrame is a crafting technique that involves tying knots in string or yarn to create decorative patterns. You can macrame home decor items, like wall hangings, or practical things, like plant holders or rugs.

This handicraft has been around for centuries and has recently experienced a resurgence in popularity. It’s a fun and therapeutic hobby that allows you to create one-of-a-kind items.

Using fabric yarn adds a modern twist to traditional macrame designs. The sturdy and soft texture is perfect for creating intricate knots and patterns. Plus, using eco-friendly materials makes your crafting more sustainable.

GANXXET t-shirt yarn is made by slicing recycled fabric into strips and pulling them with a machine to create a continuous line. The resulting string is rolled into balls or spools to make it easy for crafters to use.

Running the fabric through the machine also helps stretch it and gives the edges a bit of a curl that holds up better than a raw cut.

The process is environmentally friendly and sustainable. Plus, our yarns meet European and American standards to keep you and our planet safe.