Sewing up improv blocks is one of my absolute favorite activities. It’s soothing because your seams don’t need to be perfect, it’s functional these blocks make your scrap bin dwindle, and it’s just plain fun to see how each one turns out! Read below for tips and suggestions for use, then get sewing using the tutorial as a springboard for your own creations!
Finally to the last step in our T-shirt Quilt Sewalong – binding!
**Check out this post for the series overview and printable checklist!** In Week 6 of our T-Shirt Quilt Sewalong, we’re going to square up our quilt tops and baste together a quilt sandwich. I like to do both of these steps on my kitchen floor. Not only does it give me enough space to completelyContinue reading “How to Baste Your Quilt – T-Shirt Quilt Series Week 6”
It’s week 5 of our T-Shirt Quilt Sewalong! Time stitch together those rows you sewed last week and finish your quilt top.
This week we’ll be taking our cut and stabilized t-shirts and sewing them into rows. The quilt tops are finally taking shape!
Make your own quilt block template using supplies you have at home. Trimming blocks has never been easier (or less expensive)!
Time to stabilize, finalize your layout, and trim down those blocks! T-Shirt Quilt Sewalong Week 3.
Once you have all of your supplies gathered and have chosen a stabilizing method, it’s time to get to work! This week we’ll be choosing a layout and cutting our shirts into oversized blocks.
Welcome to Week 1 of our T-Shirt Quilt Sewalong! I can’t wait to get started making memories with you through sewing. This week, I’ll be sharing a supply list and t-shirt quilt basics, including different methods for stabilizing your t-shirts so they’re easier to work with.
I know I’m not the only one with loads of t-shirts sitting in a drawer. Ones that hold special meaning, but don’t get worn anymore. Clean out that drawer and join me for a t-shirt quilt sewalong this summer!