Got flannel? Check out these 10 awesome upcycled flannel projects

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You don’t have to settle for the traditional boxy shirt for your only touch of flannel. We’ve gathered the hottest ways to repurpose flannel into trendy projects.
1. No-sew flannel pillow
One of the quickest and easiest ways to upcycle a flannel shirt into a new item is to make a no-sew flannel pillow. House of Hawthornes purchased several thrift store button up shirts to make these colorful plaid pillows. She didn’t need to use a sewing machine, a hot iron and iron-on fusible bonding tape does the trick.
2. Rustic flannel table runner
Different flannels combine to create this charming flannel table runner. The combination of lace and flannel add a vintage appeal. Old flannel blankets inspired Sadie Seasongoods to create this mountain lodge look. With just a bit of sewing and 5 dollars worth of recycled flannel, she recreated the look at a fraction of the cost.
3. Flannel hand warmers
Don’t throw away your flannel scraps. Their thick, soft texture make perfect hand warmers. This tutorial makes the process so easy, your children can fill their afternoons making hand warmers. The free printable gift tag makes it easy to give these as gifts to family, friends and people in your community.

4. Flannel drink coozie 
Tattooed Martha takes the drink coozie up several notches with this amazing flannel drink coozie. Perfect for fall campfires and football tailgating, this coozie will keep your drink cold and your hands warm. If you are lucky enough to find flannel in your school colors, you will definitely be ahead of the game! ​
5. Flannel headband 
Sometimes you just need a touch of plaid. This flannel headband is stylish and extremely inexpensive to make. All you need is a scrap of flannel, a hair tie, a sewing machine and about ten minutes. Follow the step-by-step tutorial at The Miniature Moose. ​

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