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These strips finish at 2", which is a nice working width. This size also allows for the use of precut strips. This width gives you enough extra fabric to use as a “fudge factor” to get blocks to fit together correctly. The sample T-shirt or memory quilts in this book all use 4–6" finished outer borders of cotton fabric. These borders give the finished quilts stability and provide new fabric in the areas that are handled the most—the outer edges. Construction Guidelines This book isn’t about a lot of rules; rather, it is meant to teach techniques and provide tips that work well in general.
A very simple and economical way to make a design wall is to purchase enough batting or light shade flannel and place on a wall either by tacking into place or making a wooden frame. Your blocks will stick to the batting surface and allow you to lay out your quilt and see how best to arrange them. This will also help with color selection and allow you to make changes if needed before actually stitching the quilt together. You can also purchase design walls ready to use. Once the layout is firmly established, make the final cuts on the prepared shirts using a rotary cutter with a sharp blade.
Using them is challenging since you have to be sure to cut and place all the pieces in the proper orientation. If it fits the theme of the quilt, it’s fun to use a novelty fabric, such as a sports print, as an accent, making sure it doesn’t compete with the rest of the parts of the quilt. These supporting fabrics help establish the mood of the quilt and make it more personal. Fabric choices can make a quilt more masculine or feminine, mature or youthful. School colors are perfect for graduation quilts.