Cut a swirl about 2-3 inches wide
cut that round tip off
take each strand and run your hand down top to bottom grabbing and stretching it. This will make it start to twirl.
divide into two equal sections
If you are not a sewer, you may fabric glue or hot glue these strands together and skip the next couple of steps that use the sewing method (this is my contribution to the tutorial)
Sew one bunch (or glue) together strand to strand, then but off leaving a 1/2 in seam allowance. Repeat to the other section.
Now overlap the two sections and sew of glue them together
Take a strand from each side and wrap around the seam/glue spot and tie a knot to hide it.
So this is a great way to use up some old shirts. Wash them so they smell really good and then this is a great gift!