So, after having a few days to think about it I've decided on my t-shirt project. I love big thick heavy blankets, so I'm making a queen size blanket for my bed. I know it will be heavy since I have rag rugs.
After making my decision on this project, I looked around to see if I could find any specific tutorials, but there were none that matched this project! I know I can't be the first person to ever attempt this, so I decided to share my experience with the world. This is my journey in making a queen size crochet t-shirt blanket.
How many t-shirts do you think it will take? I am using all different sizes and types of t-shirts, from toddler to XXL adult.
I am using a fleece blanket as size guide because I love how it drapes on my bed. However, if you don't have a blanket to go by, here are some basic measurements:
In America, the "standard" sizes for blankets are as follows:
Crib: 45 by 60 inches
Twin: 66 by 90 inches
Double: 80 by 90 inches
Queen: 90 by 90 to 100 inches
King: 108 by 90 to 100 inches
The blanket sizes are from About Knitting.
See you soon!
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