I learned a lot in the how to make a t-shirt quilt part 2 hang out on air! For instance, did you know there was a product called color catchers? They look like dryer sheets, and you can throw as may as you want into a load of laundry and the sheet will catch all of the color. How had I never heard of these things? Complete genius for someone like me who doesn’t separate laundry or someone who wants to make a t-shirt quilt!
I’m clearly the novice quilter of the 3 of us, ha! (If you’re new here, here is how to make a t-shirt quilt part 1.) Here is the 30-ish minute Google Hangout all about how to piece the t-shirt squares, sewing fabric around the t-shirs (if necessary), sewing the squares together, and making the backing.
Comments & Reviews
How many t shirts do u need for a nice size quilt
quilting tees for girl says
This class is perfect for every level of stitcher and
was developed with the novice, in mind.
I made one for my daughter 7yrs ago still holding up strong getting ready to do another, hers I sewed the edges to the front & left them raw all squares almost even cotton batting & a polar fleece back simple hand quilting.
Hello Lisa. I read your comment and want to ask if you can send me a picture of your daughter’s blanket. I am about to make 3, for 2015 Birthday gifts from parents to their children. I would like to see on that someone actually made. Thankk you.