Sweatshirt blanket – Don’t give up on your old t-shirt Even then, I wear the rest of the shirt to tatters, the front panel can be used to create a warm, and soft, If you do not have enough t-shirts to whole cloth quilts, you can complete your project with long flax or cotton quilting in complementary colors. Press sweatshirt blanket, flat, and if it is possible to use spray starch to fabric, which are easier to handle. Let dry before you proceed depends on how much starch I saturated the cloth; it can take 20 to 30 minutes. Use a ruler or a piece of cardboard picture frame, blank quilting as a template to cut the panels the same size each guest’s shirt. Can be of any size, provided that they are all the same; each block will be in your quilt.
Put the panel cutout on the floor, or if you the design of an extra large sheet wall hit pinned on blank walls. Panel cutout Shuffle around until you is happy with the layout of your quilt. If you need more blocks together from pieces of sweatshirt blanket or old bed sheets. You can also use cotton quilting complementary color, but be careful of loud, disturbing forms, which would eventually turn away from the t-shirt as a focal point.