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Neckties take a turn for the better as place-mat borders and napkin rings.

Necktie Place Mats and Napkin Rings

Necktie crafts are a fun way to make outdated men's ties cool and useful again! Check out these 10 DIY upcycled necktie crafts & tutorials for inspiration, then grab an old necktie and make something!

This past weekend, a local bloggy friend, Quirky Kim, shared that her husband was retiring, and he was giving away all of his neckties.  He was liberating his retirement life from that corporate symbol– the necktie.  She queried if any of us crafty-DIY bloggers might be interested in her husband’s ties for some DIY or …

Men's Necktie Craft Ideas

Necktie Apron

Neckties are a classic Father& Day gift, and chances are there are some unloved ties in your closets! Give outdated ties new life by repurposing them into fabric to craft with. Here are the cutest recycled.

Tie Pillow: Stitch together some of Dad's old ties (the ones he's willing to get rid of, of course!) to create a personalized pillow he'd love to rest his back on. >Source: Better Homes and Gardens

Tie Pillow

A Pillow Made for Dad Use thrift store or family-favorite neckties to craft a fashionable throw pillow.

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Something to do with Tyler& old neckties? Save for his wedding --the arranged marriage that I am making :-)

Piecemakers Handmade Necktie Tree Skirt - $200.00 : Piecemakers Country Store, Products Pages

Piecemakers Handmade Necktie Tree Skirt - $200.00 : Piecemakers Country Store, Products Pages


Love these homemade Hot pads with denim. What a great way to re-purpose old jeans. My grandmother made hundreds of hot pads from sewing scraps in her later years.

This tree skirt is made by Chicago Lost & Found. For a 'mere' 1200 it could be mine! If anyone ever finds a pattern to make something like this, let me know!

Chicago Lost and Found Kaleidoscope Christmas Tree Skirt - the description of how this tree skirt is created from upcycled neckties is a tour de force.