T-Shirt Block


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Sale price$99.99

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What better way to remember those special vacations and events than by sewing a T-shirt quilt out of your old souvenir shirts. T-shirt Quilts are made using your favorite, old shirts which feature screen printing, decals, or vinyl. Quilters Select has put together this unique and limited-time T-Shirt Block Tutorial Kit, which includes the essential tools needed to complete each block. In addition to instructions, the kit contains a reversible 18in by 24in cutting mat, a 12in square ruler, a 45mm rotary cutter, and a 10-yard roll of 15in wide cutaway stabilizer. About the Products: Select Cutting Mat #QS-MAT1824: Reversible (Dark on one side for use with light colored fabrics and light on the other for use with dark colored fabrics) Measures 18in by 24in Gridlines marked at 1/8in, 1/4in, 1/2in, and 1in Corresponding numbers at each 1-inch mark allow you to read the mat from left to right and right to left Select 12in Ruler #QS-RUL12x12: Large 12in by 12in ruler easily encompasses most t-shirt designs Non-slip coating on the back keeps the ruler from sliding as you cut Gridlines marked at 1/8in, 1/4in, 1/2in, and 1in Corresponding numbers at each 1-inch mark allow you to read the ruler from left to right and right to left 45mm Rotary Cutter #QS-Rotary: Ergonomic Handle Ambidextrous Design Superior sharpness makes short work of cutting fabric Long-lasting blade A magnet behind the blade makes it easy to replace the blade Select Cutaway Fusible Stabilizer#QSC-1510: 10 yards by 15 inches wide (38.1 cm x 9.144 m) Ultra-lightweight stabilizer Temporary bond prevents stretchy fabrics from distorting while sewing Ideal for T-shirt quilts, bias-cut pieces, turned-edge applique

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