One of my favorite ways to repurpose has been the making of quilts. I haven't worked on one for quite a while but I am really wanting too! Maybe next month I will find some time to do that. Meanwhile looking through some pictures of ones we have made was rather fun for me. Here are some of the odds and ends of quilts that we have made at our house - primarily from clothes that needed repurposing.
This quilt included fabric folding which was super fun. It was a gift to Ken's sister and husband when they got married.
A baby quilt with a sailing theme.
The quilt on our bed.
I guess this picture is before I hand quilted it.
But I did do it. See....
A quilt for Jonathan.
A "raggy" denim quilt.
With flannel on the other side.
A quilt for Aaron. Super simple but it worked. Quilts don't have to be complicated.
Mara's raggy quilt made from sweatshirts.
A courderoy acorn quilt for a neighbor baby.
Bright and busy.
The kids all made quilts to send to Africa.
Jonathan figuring out the design.
Quilting can be messy!
This quilt is still waiting to be finished. It is in the quilting stage (has been in a box since before we moved) and then it needs to be trimmed around the edges.
Do you make quilts? How do you repurpose old cloths?