Recycle your tees with these 8 exciting quilt projects.
Turn treasured tees into something brand-new - a T-shirt quilt! Capture the memories of a special time, starting with a quick pillow project or a baby quilt made from onesies, and work your way up to bed quilts in multiple sizes. Learn the secrets to choosing shirts, centreing, and cutting out around a logo, working with shirts that are too small, and interfacing knit fabrics with finesse. You'll practice your skills with 8 projects ranging from simple squares to pieced stars and triangles, plus easy machine-appliqued motifs. With beginner-friendly designs and truly unique layouts to entice experienced quilters, this essential guide to T-shirt quilts covers all the bases.
, Carla Hegeman Crim
C & T Publishing
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01 June 2017
Introduction Techniques Projects Destinations By Carla Crim Indiana By Lindsay Conner Triangle Heart By Suzanne Paquette Building Blocks By Casey York Double Blue and Gold By Lee Monroe Shirt Social Pillow By Jenelle Montilone Gifts of Gratitude By Katie Clayton Starstruck Memories By Carolyn Kellam About the Authors About the Designers Resources
Carla Hegeman Crim, founder of Scientific Seamstress LLC, is a molecular biologist turned patternmaker. She has been experimenting with fabric for more than 30 years. Lindsay Conner is a freelance writer, editor, and sewist. A Craftsy blogger and Baby Lock designer, she designs patterns for books and magazines. Lindsay lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Issue 102 - September 2017 Have you been there, done that and got the t-shirt? Is said tee collecting dust in your drawer? Turn it ionto a beautiful keepsake quilt paying homage to family holidays, sports teams, or quirky motifs with the help of this handbook. It shares great wisdom for sewing and finishing knit fabrics and provides easy through to advanced layouts, with tips for creating your own. * Sew *