Turn that stack of old T-shirts into something you love.
We all have them – piles of old T-shirts stashed in closets or drawers, saved with the hope that someday you’ll transform them into something special. Well here’s that something, and it’s something you’ve been wanting to make: a T-shirt quilt! See how Laura at Trash To Couture refashioned a stack of her husband’s sports Ts into a one-of-a-kind quilt that’s not only cozy, but packed with fond memories, too.
|First, you’ll need a stack of Ts and your basic Dritz® sewing supplies (pins, etc.). Next, clear a space at your Omnigrid® cutting station (mat, ruler and rotary cutter) and you’re ready to get started.|
|In general, here is how to make a T-shirt quilt:
That’s how to make a T-shirt quilt in a nutshell. For the full tutorial, finishing instructions and supply list, visit Trash To Couture.
|T-shirts quilts are nothing new. They’re popular because we all tend to have so many T-shirts that we just can’t part with: T-shirts celebrating college days, festivals & concerts, sports, etc.
A T-shirt quilt is a simple DIY project that is so satisfying to complete because it serves as an homage to the glory days! They make fantastic gifts, too – great for your graduate, kids and spouse.
We hope we’ve inspired you to make that T-shirt quilt you’ve been thinking about!