Remove the cuff from the sleeve of a shirt and build this painless DIY

Tired of using the same old boring coffee tumbler day after day? This project is a fun way to give it a makeover while also creating something functional. Coffee cozies are ideal for protecting your hands from a hot container, but are also a cute way to show off your personal style.
The best part is you don't need a ton of materials or time for this DIY project. All you'll need to do is find an old shirt you won't be wearing anymore, and a coffee tumbler that needs a cozy. In a matter of minutes, your new coffee cozy will be ready for use.
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Materials
- Flannel shirt
- Seam ripper
- Sewing machine
- Pins
- Fabric chalk
- Scissors or thread cutters
- Needle and thread
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Instructions
1. With the seam ripper, remove the cuff from the sleeve of your shirt.
2. If you want to add additional buttons to the cozy, remove from the front of the shirt with the seam ripper at this time.
3. Pin along the top of the cuff where it was removed from the rest of the sleeve.
4. Sew along the pinned edge of the cuff.
5. If you want to add another buttonhole, mark the area above the current hole with fabric chalk.
6. Sew along the marked area.
7. Cut through where you just sewed with the seam ripper.
8. Sew an extra button into that hole where you just cut, using your needle and thread.
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9. Button each of the holes where they attach, and place over the top of your coffee tumbler.
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