And it's the day where I spill ALL MY TSHIRT QUILT SECRETS! Woohoo! Now you'll know exactly how I've made over 100 tshirt quilts and completely delighted my customers. And, more importantly, YOU can make a tshirt quilt without stress! I know tshirt quilts get a bad rap in the quilting world, but that's really just silly. They're easy and fun-- a great way to upcycle, preserve memories, or teach your grandkids how to sew.
Here's the scoop:
This Ebook includes instructions for 7 sizes of rag-style tshirt quilts and 6 sizes of traditional tshirt quilts, plus tips for making your own custom sizes. There step-by-step instructions, cutting charts, and over 40 photos!
Tshirt Quilt Making Supplies:
- Basic Sewing Machine with Walking Foot
- Heavyweight (16/100) ball-point needle
- Durable thread (my favorite is Coats and Clark all-purpose)
- Rotary cutter (with fresh blade) and self-healing mat
- 12.5 x 12.5 inch cutting ruler
- 8.5 x 24 inch cutting ruler
- ball-point sewing pins
- Seam ripper (just in case)
- Iron with steam and ironing board (Traditional Style Only)
Also, did you see the Rag-Style Tshirt Quilt Mini Tutorial I posted on Tuesday! It'll give you a taste of how straightforward it is to make a cozy quilt.
Thank you all for being here! I can't wait to see the gorgeous tshirt quilts you make! Be sure to take #ultimatetshirtquiltguide and @stringandstory on Instagram as you work so I can ooh and aah! Speaking of Instagram, be sure to follow me to stay up to date on what's going on in the sewing room. Bonus, check out my stories for daily (constant) updates on the cutie boys and cutie cats that keep me busy around here.
See y'all tomorrow on the Newsletter and next week for #MachineQuiltingMonday!