Make a Charming Quilt from Old Shirts

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Quilting Cottons Will be Wonderful, Too!

Old shirts were put to good use in this beautiful quilt. The shirts were 100% cotton and in a wonderful color range.

We love the contrasts in value between the shirt fabrics. That adds a lot of interest to an essentially one-color quilt. The variety of print styles adds even more interest.

Make a Charming Quilt from Old Shirts

The quilt will be just as wonderful in a variety of colors, whether you use old shirts, blouses or quilting fabric. It’s also super easy to make.

Once completed, the quilt designed by Pam from Threading My Way is 41″ x 48″. Simply add more blocks for a larger quilt.

Click here for the free “Repurpose Pre-loved Shirts into a Shirt Quilt” tutorial.


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