Before I left Tulsa, my friend Susan entrusted me with a collection of shirts that had belonged to her mother. She asked me to make them into two quilts – one for her and one for her brother. Her only instruction was to make them as colorful as possible, so I decided to use a little bit of each of the 15 shirts she gave me.
My mom helped me out by removing all the buttons and cutting the shirts apart at the seams to give me the largest possible pieces to work with. I then cut them into strips of varying widths and arranged them into 30 differently designed squares.
I finished the first on Tuesday and will bind the other this weekend. I had a lot more fabric left over than I expected, but Susan wanted some to have made into teddy bears for their kids. In that case, I will mail the remaining material to her along with these: