Tee Shirt Quilt
of ways to arrange your T-shirt blocks
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Here are some free Tee Shirt Quilt Layouts for
different size quilt tops.
With additions of wider borders or wider sashing you can shift
the sizes easily and adjust for using different sizes of tee shirts. Most quilters doing t-shirt quilts seem to like a block size
of 14 - 15 inches. Smaller logos or images can be grouped into a 4-patch to make
one larger block so you can use up the smaller images on a quilt.
These quilt layouts have images meant to indicate where the
tee shirt image blocks are. All images here were prepared with Electric
Make a Pillow size
This pillow layout shows tee shirt panels surrounded by
extra borders added before pillow border is added to make the pieces
larger. This same idea can be used to adjust sizes of tee shirt pieces in
large quilt where they are various sizes, too.
Make a lap size
Note that the first 2 below show the tee shirt front
with added corners of cotton fabric to make a Square-in-a-Square block and
have smaller large areas of tee shirt fabric. This would be suitable for
smaller shirt images where you want to show less blank fabric.
Make a single or double bed size
Make a Queen or King size
©2000 copyright Susan C. Druding
This is a 5 section article:
1. Introduction - about the
idea and process of making tee shirt quilts.
How to make the Tee Shirt Quilt - techniques,
materials and links
3. Blocks to use in your tee shirt quilt
4. Sample Layouts for the quilt tops - this page you are reading now.
Gallery of links to images of tee shirt quilts on
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