“The coolest thing I’ve seen”


A steward TikToker uses “plarn” to crochet its trend fashion rooms.

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Plarn is a yarn made from recycled plastic. Grace Xu is almost a hook expert with a chic fashion sense. She has created crop tops, hats and skirts with her supreme crochet skills. To make her designs a bit more sustainable, she found a way to turn plastic bags into yarn. Not only is it a great way to save money, but it’s also an ingenious way to keep plastic out of landfills and the oceans.

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“First, flatten your bag,” Xu Explain. “Then start folding it into a strip a few centimeters wide. You are going to cut loops from this strip.

After folding the bag lengthwise until it was about three inches wide, she cut it into vertical strips. She untied each strip to make a loop.

“You’re gonna open those loops, cross them and cross them and pull, she noted. “You’re going to repeat this until you have a long string that you can roll up into a ball.”

Using the method, Xu was able to crochet a tote bag, a bucket hat, and a vest.

The video tutorial has racked up 3.3 million views on ICT Tac.

“Wow, maybe I should start learning to knit”, a user noted.

“My grandmother did this for years. That’s so cool,” another commented.

“I’m in love with this, it’s the coolest thing I’ve seen”, someone added.

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