Are you a collector of T-shirts with drawers of old clothes you don't wear anymore? Do your kids closets overflow with T-shirts that they haven't worn in years but refuse to give up?
If so, consider giving those T-shirts a new life by putting them together into a T-shirt quilt! Here we're going to list four different ways to create a T-shirt quilt.
For the beginning sewers, you can use a simple square cut, sew them together, and simply sew them to the backing. A simple, fast quilt that you can wash and not be afraid to use. For detailed instructions, click here.
If your shirts are of varying sizes, or you have logos and graphics that are of varying sizes, maybe a grid T-shirt quilt is the way to go. This quilt requires a little bit more prep time and some math done on your part, but it could look so amazing when done. Check out this tutorial for step by step instructions!
Another option for a T-shirt quilt is to do a rag-style T-shirt quilt. These can be a little more time-consuming compared to the basic T-shirt quilt, but the end result will definitely be worth it. This is a great idea for kids' T-shirt quilts and ones with lots of bright colors to showcase! You can find helpful video tutorials here.