Ever wondered what to do with all those t-shirts you or your family have collected over the years? This idea is practical, useful, and just down- right fun!
Making a t-shirt quilt is pretty easy to do once you understand what is involved. This class will teach you how to take your various sized shirts, evaluate them for cutting, design your quilt with what you have, and how to put it together. It doesn't get much easier than that!
You will need your own t-shirts, sewing supplies, a pencil and eraser, some rulers, and your thinking caps! First week will not need a sewing machine. Second week you may want to bring it along.
Only 6 slots available - this class is sure to sell out and when it does, we will plan for another one!
There is 2 - 4.5 hour sessions with a 1/2 hr break for lunch. Bring your own lunch.
Stabilizer for the t-shirt blocks will be available for purchase during class.
$ 50.00 Price is for 2 sessions
Wed, Mar 31, 2021 at 10:30 am to 3:00 pm Wed, Apr 14, 2021 at 10:30 am to 5:00 pm
Be familiar with your sewing machine and basic sewing skills.
T-shirts, basic sewing supplies, pencil and eraser, rulers - 12 inches square, ruler for drawing straight lines (12 inches will work), 6 inches x 24 inches, rotary cutter, scissors, tape measure
A t-shirt quilt requires a stabilizer for the back of the blocks. We have that product for you. The average amount for it is 2 yards but the amount you need will be determined by the size of your quilt. The cost of it is $8.99/yd.