Transform your favorite tees into a fantastic quilt--even tiny infant tees, sweatshirts, sports jerseys, and super-stretchy dance wear can be part of the mix! Extra-large logos? Pockets and embellishments? No problem! Create a personal treasure or a one-of-a-kind gift that will be cherished for years to come.
- Mix and match motifs of different sizes and shapes for fun and easy designs
- Preserve favorite memories with themed quilts such as sports, school pride, travel and adventure, music, and more in sizes ranging from lap to bed sized
- Find out how fusible interfacing and zigzag seaming ensure success with stretchy T-shirt fabric
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Have you ever thought what a shame it is to discard a worn out or no longer fitting t-shirt, especially when the logo shows no sign of wear? Well, now you can be shown how to transform them into fantastic personalised quilts. Working with knit fabrics can be tricky so by following instructions on cutting, using fusible interfacings, zig zag seaming and construction you will be ready to produce your first t-shirt quilt. Included are ten project ideas that you can use as they are or that help to modify the shirts that you wish to use. A wonderful and unique idea for a quilt full of memories.
Karen M. Burns
An accomplished long-arm quilter, Karen M. Burns is a former member of Martingale's industry-leading acquisitions team. This group of crafting experts specializes in curating the highest-quality patterns by top designers in quilting, sewing, knitting, crochet, and other crafts. Since its founding in 1976, Martingale has become synonymous with outstanding craft books, with more than 24 million books sold worldwide.
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