- Mark on each shirt where you want each block to be place using the chalk and ruler and cut.
- place each piece right sides facing each other making sure one piece is inside of the other piece.
- Pin around the edges to hold in place.
- Sew using a straight stitch and then repeat using a zig zag stitch. You can also use a serger.
- Iron the seams
I made this shirt using two henleys. I thought I'd challenge myself but make sure you use shirts with nothing on it.
For this shirt, I used black and white t-shirts. You can never go wrong with this classic color trend.