How to upcycle a t-shirt into a lavender eye pillow – tutorial from @wornreborn

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Worn Reborn manufacture sustainable fashion and accessories using locally sourced, reclaimed and repurposed materials.

Their new recent line of organic Yorkshire Lavender eye pillows, perfectly echo their holistic ethos; to support improved mental health and wellbeing.

Profits from the sales of their products fund the projects and programmes they deliver with young people from disadvantaged communities.

With their aims of empowering young people from disadvantaged communities, supporting and teaching skills to build resilience, independence and self esteem AND reducing landfill waste, I’m excited that Sarah is sharing her tutorial with participants of Zero Waste Week!

Read on to discover how to upcycle old t-shirts into a lavender eye pillow.

I know some of you are planning a home made / plastic free Christmas, so this should provide you with a simple and effective project!

A pdf download is available at the bottom of the page.

upcycle an old t-shirt into a lavender eye pillow tutorial zero waste week

upcycling an old t shirt into a lavender eye pillow zero waste week

 

Download the pdf instructions Lavender Eye Pillow – a step by step resource.

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Rachelle Strauss
Rachelle Strauss
Rachelle Strauss is founder of MyZeroWaste.com and ZeroWasteWeek.co.uk Both are leading websites for helping householders reduce landfill waste. Her work has attracted media stories and engagement in documentaries, film and radio both locally and abroad.

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