Raise your hands if your closet and cabinet drawers are overflowing with hordes of t-shirts that’s on the verge of shredding into pieces. There are umpteen ways to recycle even a plain-looking t-shirt giving your crammed wardrobe some fresh air to breathe. In fact, quilters can work upon the near-to-tatter t-shirts to make a home-style bedspread with novel designs that can also be given off as a souvenir to someone sharing the same nostalgic feelings. See the tutorials below and get inspired to have a parade of pragmatic, rock-concert, sports, and vacation-themed t-shirts in your sleeping abode.
If you do not want to part away from your old stock of T-shirts inscribed with cool quotes, then get your sewing machine ready to create a funky bed covering.
Sew old, ragged T-shirts to wooly pieces to make a warm and cozy quilt and beat the winter blues.
A mix of odd Tshirt patterns adds to the unique set up of your room. Now you can have a good night sleep on your little bed.
Another pattern-friendly handmade quilt, bringing all the frayed T-shirts with similar colors together to create a retro effect.
The wacky-looking darling piece of creation represents a kaleidoscope of offbeat colors with contemporary writings to up the cool quotient of your little boy’s bedroom.
If you have a fixation for gray and black shades, check out this monotonous-patterned quilt for adding a pop of smoky charm to your sleeping den.
Fringe the t-shirt pieces and tie them to belt out a hassle-free DIY quilt for the extra warmth when the mercury levels dip to zero.
Add a scoop of minimalistic colors to your bedroom décor with a number embossed quilt.
Pull out your university t-shirts from the drawer and make a quilt for keeping the sweet memories fresh and alive.
Keeping in sync with the contemporary theme of your room, here is a boutique-worthy quilt that goes perfectly well with your unconventional lifestyle.
Host a small picnic in the backyard with close friends or family members and soak in the winter sun while comfortably lying on the quilt.
Your studio-styled home demands an avant-garde-designed bedspread. Isn’t it the best thing to keep your legs warm when lying on the couch watching your favorite movie?
The design might be tagged as bizarrely-colorful, but it is surely a different take on the traditional monochrome quilt.
Almost identical to those rugs displayed at the nearby showroom, you can go an extra mile by keeping the pattern subtle to make it look completely like a pro.
How to Make a Quilt Out of Tshirts
Invoke the stitch connoisseur in you and hold the needle in place for transforming a bunch of jagged t-shirts into classy finery to deck your bed.
Whether you are in dire need of a lap quilt or another throw-over for your bed, the huge assortment of those cotton fabrics with cheesy or quirky writings will suffice your winter demands. Above all, it’s another exciting venture for the DIY enthusiasts who are in search for a crafty holiday project.
Published on December 28th 2015 by Michelle Anderson