I know many of you have found this blog because of my How to Make a T-shirt Quilt video tutorial. That class is one of the most popular ones I teach at my local quilt shop. I prefer to teach by first demonstrating the techniques, then assisting as the students practice. That means I get […]
Here are the final videos in the How to Make a T-shirt Quilt series. The first video focuses on preparing the binding and sewing it to the top of your quilt with a sewing machine. The second shows you how to stitch the binding to the back of the quilt by hand using an invisible […]
I sewed one too many sweater mittens this winter. Last Thursday my sewing machine let me know it had ingested one too many lint particles from the felted sweaters and started making a noise that scared me enough to stop sewing right then and there and call the store I purchased it from. Thankfully the […]
Learn how to quilt your T-shirt quilt. For more videos, fabric requirements and supply lists, visit http://www.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/tutorials.
Learn how to mark your quilt top and how to make a quilt sandwich by layering and pin basting the three layers of the quilt together. For complete instructions, supply lists and fabric requirements, visit http://quiltaddictsanonymous.com/tutorials/.
What you’ll need: A large flat surface to work on, such as a floor or folding table. Backing fabric that is 10 inches wider and longer than your quilt top. I buy fabric that is specifically made for quilt backs that is 108 inches wide. Warm and White or Warm and Natural batting that is […]
My husband/video tutorial cameraman, works second shift so we only have two nights off together each week. Yesterday was one of those nights, so I worked my little tail off to finish sewing my T-shirt quilt top together so we could film a video on how to mark it, layer and baste it. I got […]
I got a request from one of you for instructions on how to finish their T-shirt quilt by Christmas. I’m already out of town, so I’m not able to make the three videos that are required to show you all how to finish it, but I will do my best with photos and videos that […]
What you’ll need: The T-shirt quilt blocks with sashing and cornerstones attached that we made in the previous videos. Sewing machine Thread Iron Ironing board Previous posts: Fabric requirements Cutting the T-shirts Attaching fusible interfacing Sewing the sashing – Part 1 Sewing the sashing – Part 2 Laying out the quilt
Learn how to piece your quilt top. For more videos and complete fabric requirements visit http://quiltaddictsanonymous.com/tutorials/. To share pictures of the T-shirt quilts you made using this tutorial, please share them on the Flickr group http://www.flickr.com/groups/tshirtquilts/