Made from thrifted men's shirts, and I forgot how many of those I still had until I went digging through the stash. Yikes!
I used this tutorial from Life is a Stitch. I did remove the shirt pockets if they were in the way of the strip I needed, but in the case of that basketball-orange shirt (which I love), there was a machine-embroidered logo at the pocket corner, so I left that. I think it adds a little character.
Some in-progress pics:
I'm thinking of calling this "Basketball Season."
Were I to make it again, I'd shoot for at least 8-inch finished blocks instead of 6-inch, but it all depends on how much fabric you have in your shirt. Some of these were short-sleeved shirts, and I had also used parts of them in earlier projects so I had to make do with what remained. Fun pattern though!
* * * * *My sister shared her holiday pictures with me yesterday. Here I am cutting the lasagnas on Christmas Day.
She also gave me, for Christmas, a framed photo that she had taken this fall near her house. Aren't those poplars gorgeous against the autumn sunset?