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T-Shirt Quilt

Whether from concerts, sports teams, or other events, create a keepsake by turning favorite T-shirts into a memory-filled quilt.

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The quilt top will be assembled in seven vertical rows—four narrow and three wide (Quilt Assembly Diagram). To cut the solid-color rectangles you’ll need to fill in the spaces between logo rectangles, refer to the following:
           
Wide rows: Add heights of 14"-wide logo rectangles (subtracting 1" from each height for seam allowances). Subtract this amount from 250" to get an estimated total amount needed.
           
Narrow rows: Add heights of 7"-wide logo rectangles (subtracting 1" from each height for seam allowances). Subtract this amount from 350" to get an estimated total amount needed.

From interfaced solid-color plain shirts and scraps of remaining logo shirts, cut:
Enough 14"-wide rectangles in heights varying from 2" to 6" to equal amount determined above
Enough 7"-wide rectangles in heights varying from 2" to 20" to equal amount determined above

From solid black, cut:

8—2-1/2x42" binding strips

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