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Preserving 4th of July Memories with a T-Shirt Quilt

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by Sara Snuggerud in Sewing Tips

T-Shirts are still one of the easiest way to celebrate an occasion by drawing everyone together with a cohesive look. But what do you do with all those T-shirts after the event? 

Make a T-Shirt quilt!

In honor of celebrating America’s birthday, Sara made this Patriotic T-Shirt quilt while filming her popular Craftsy class “T-Shirt Quilts: Start to Finish”. With thousands of enrolled students in her class to date, she has had to opportunity to assist in answering online questions for T-Shirt quilt makers around the world. 

What started as a pile of T-Shirts…

 

Turned into a keepsake quilt!

Wether the T-Shirts came from yearly motorcycle rides to Sturgis, SD, a child’s youth spent in soccer or annual Breast Cancer 5K run, preserving those T-Shirts into a T-Shirt quilt is a very popular project.

Even for non-sewers, Sara’s T-Shirt Craftsy class became an instant success because of her NO MATH METHOD of getting all the miss-matched T-Shirts to a usable size without needing a calculator. From cutting and interfacing the T-Shirts to sewing them all today, Sara’s complete T-Shirt quilt class answers every question.

She even covers the common question of “how do I quilt a T-Shirt quilt when I’m done?”

Join Sara and thousands of other online students by enrolling in “T-Shirt Quilts: Start to Finish” by clicking here. 

We also have a wide host of other Craftsy classes we HIGHLY recommend for continuing education. 

You can also join Crafty’s UNLIMITED for a monthly subscription and watch ALL Craftsy classes any time to want. In the mood for a cooking class on one day and a crochet class the next day? Crafty’s UNLIMITED option opens up all classes for you to jump in to depending on your mood. Expand your creative horizons with over 1,200 online courses from Craftsy. 

Check out Sara’s first Craftsy class “Serger Solutions: Troubleshooting Techniques” and tame that serger you have stored in your closet! 

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