I've made a few t-shirt quilts over the years
and making them is like putting a puzzle together to me.
After stablizing the t-shirts,
I cut them out and make sure they are in even measurements.
Then the fun begins.
Out comes the graph paper to design the quilt.
The "shirts" are drawn onto the graph paper
and then I play with the sashing measurements to fill in the gaps.
This quilt is more symetrical than I usually make them,
but I'm not using as many t-shirts.
Two of the three sections have been sewn together in this photo.
The third section is waiting for one more piece to be cut
and then this one will be sewn together and added to the others.
Making t-shirt quilts is not my favorite thing to do,
but I like the challenge of making the pieces fit together.
I do have a finished pair of socks to share today, too.
Until I posted this photo,
I did not realize that I must have had two different
dye lots of yarn for these socks.
They are quite different from each other,
but once they are on feet...
This is the beginning of my next sock.
I'm not wild about the patterning of the yarn,
but will keep working on them to see what happens.