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Black-and-White T-Shirt Throw

Unite T-shirts that have a variety of themes and colors with a simple black-and-white background. An assortment of prints lends contrast and movement for a fun quilt that showcases memories.

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Assemble Block D


1. Join black scribble print 2x16-1⁄2" strip to left-hand edge of T-shirt 12-1⁄2x16-1⁄2" rectangle (Diagram 5). Press seams toward black print strip.

2. Sew a black circle print 2-1⁄2x16-1⁄2" strip to right-hand edge of T-shirt rectangle. Press seam toward black print strip.

3. Add black circle print 2-1⁄2x16" strips to top and bottom edges of T-shirt rectangle. Press seams toward black print strips.

4. Sew a black dot 2x20-1⁄2" strip to left-hand edge of T-shirt rectangle. Press seam toward black print strip.

5. Sew together a black dotted line print 1-1⁄2x42" strip and a white polka dot 2x42" strip to make a strip set. Press seam toward black strip. Cut strip set into two 20-1⁄2"-wide segments.

6. Sew a 20-1⁄2"-wide segment to right-hand edge of T-shirt rectangle to make Block D (Diagram 5). Press seam toward segment. Block D should be 20x20-1⁄2" including seam allowances

7. Assembling in mirror-image fashion and using a remaining 20-1⁄2"-wide segment, repeat steps 1–4, then 6 to make a mirror-image Block D.

8. Using the following pieces and referring to Diagram 6, repeat steps 1–7 to make a second Block D and a second mirror-image Block D: two T-shirt 12-1⁄2x16-1⁄2" rectangles, two black scribble print 2x16-1⁄2" strips, two black dot 2-1⁄2x16-1⁄2" strips, four black dot 2-1⁄2x16" strips, two black circle print 2x20-1⁄2" strips, one black dotted line print 2x42" strip, and one white polka dot 1-1⁄2x42" strip.

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