Yes, as long as you made the original design. If you did not, you will likely be sued for copyright infringement. If you purchase a T-shirt, the copyright owner of the design has no further right to regulate anything you do with it, as long as you do not make your own copies. On the other hand, some designs may also be protected as trademarks and that would be a different question.
You can reuse old clothes by:My absolute favorite: DONATE!Cut the nice patterned ones into squares for a quiltDonate the quilt! :)
Reuse is a verb (to use something again) and a noun (in a state of reuse).
To reuse something, you do not throw it away, you use it more than once. This prevents it from ending up in a landfill! :) Reuse!
something that can be reuse
You may reuse brine only if it is to refrigerate something such as refrigerator pickles. If it is cloudy or murky, do not reuse. Also, you cannot use pre-used brine for canning.
it means you can you something that you can use in a diffrent material's for making something new
To reuse, or recycle.
reuse, recycle, repurpose
It might recommend its strategy through cost saving due to facilitated reuse. This allows them to reuse certain parts of others designs
To reuse something is exactly what the word means. Re and use. Ex: you have a cup, washed it, now you are thirsty so you reuse the cup.
The Afrikaans word reuse means gigantic, huge, colossal.If you are refering to re-use (as in to use something again), it would be hergebruik or herbenut in Afrikaans
when you reuse the things you get ,the people who makes them can spend money making something else. so go reduce reuse recycle.
if we reuse something we stop another being made which help by:saving materials,binning something one less time and saving money. reusing is more helpfull to us than any1 else!
reuse segmentation of programming work ease of testing seperation of high level design and low level design project management is easier
The Base Word for reuse is use because re is the prefix of reuse and there is no suffix for reuse
can you reuse a nickel?
like this "reuse"
reusing is using something for the same purpose as it was originally for. Recycling is making something useful for something other than its original purpose.
Recycle, reuse and reduce!
No, NEVER reuse a needle.
I'm pretty sure that if something is biodegradable, you can either reuse it or recycle it. its either that or it is something made with special material so it can be recycled.
Why would you want to? You used that water to clean something that was dirty and that dirt gets trapped in the water, and thus making the water dirty. Well I guess if you have plants or something you could use that water on the plants, but other than that there is no reason to reuse it.
to reuse the foam board you use a Stanley knife or a longish flat something any put it underneath using sand soap!
The correct spelling is 'reuse'.