cutting up t-shirts

hello Monday!

cutting up t-shirts

it always amazes me how a bunch of old t-shirts can be transformed into a great quilt!

cutting up t-shirts

see what I mean??

cutting up t-shirts

this is about where I am in this project…

I like to use this quilt I have as a size guide to help keep the t-shirts corralled a bit…

I have a a few more designs left to put borders on and then the fun begins….

Happy Sewing!

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5 Responses to cutting up t-shirts

  1. Beth Talmage February 17, 2020 at 7:30 am #

    Brooke, do you back your t-shirts with any particular product to stabilize them? I’ve been thinking the time is right to clear out a boat-load of “special” t-shirts, but feel hesitant to start. Do you sew with the usual 1/4″ seam and a straight stitch or do you make any other allowances for the knit fabric? I’ve never sewn with knits before and am nervous (as you can tell!). Thanks for any advice.

  2. Lori Smanski February 17, 2020 at 9:32 am #

    Oh cool. I have t shirts but just havent had the courage to cut into them. Maybe this will be the year. I look forward to seeing how your quilt progresses

  3. DonnaleeQ February 17, 2020 at 10:13 am #

    I like the lay out of this one and the border designs, looking good!

  4. Little Quiltsong February 18, 2020 at 5:10 am #

    Love how you surround your T-shirt blocks with matching borders. Looking forward to your progress on this. My daughter has saved many T-shirts and is hoping I will make a quilt with them some day ;)!

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