If you've been reading my blog for a while you remember this quilt that I made last summer. I designed this pattern specifically for large scale prints and t-shirt quilts. I started a series of tutorials on this in January. The instructions alternate between the large scale print version and the t-shirt version.
In the first part I demonstrated how to cut the fabrics.Part 1 is all about cutting the focus fabrics (inside the frames)
Part 2 is about preparing and cutting blocks for the t-shirt version. This step points out the importance of everything being based on a 3" increment.
Those sections talk about the types of fabrics to use for the frames and, for the t-shirt quilts, how I use the frame element to add some focus and unity to the t-shirt blocks.
Over the next 4 days I am going to share instructions for how to put the center of the quilt together. If you are working along with me on this quilt I recommend that you read all 4 days of instructions before continuing. It's not that it's so difficult but there are so many photos that it's going to take several posts to share it all. There is also a progression of instructions from a straight forward approach (the floral blocks) to the slightly more complex approach required for the wide variety of sizes of t-shirt blocks.
It's not hard. It just takes a little thinking. Read each day and by the 4th day you will be confident and ready to go! If there are questions, please leave them in the comments and I will answer them on the 5th (if they are not answered in one of the other posts).