I made this quilt using recycled old sweaters and a towel, and an old blanket. 
I made this for my puppy Jack, so he can stop stealing my blanket. 

You can do this any size and colors you want, for puppies, your young kids, for yourself to cuddle with in front of the tv, smaller pieces for the seats or tables, anything you want.

What you need:
- old scraps of materials or what i used: 2 sweaters that shrunk in the washer, one older towel and one (green) blanket for the back.
- scissors
- needle and thread
- a sewing machine if you don't have the patience for hand sewing (mine just broke)

Step 1: Cutting Your Fabrics

Chose your fabrics and cut them into squares or rectangles and line them up into the pattern you want to see at the end

I ordered them along my back piece, the green blanket. 
<p>I have a bunch of 15x15 embrodried squares. Do you sew these in the same fashion? How many in a row for queen size quilt? Do I reduce that amount if putting a row of material in-between these rows? Do you have any instructions on doing this. I have been working on these squares for 2 years, never done a quilt before, or sewn for that matter, and now I am ready to make this quilt! Yikes! Here goes nothing!! Any advice would be helpful. Thanks so much.</p>
That looks great! I have been wanting to get into making quilts. Thanks for this easy tutorial :)
you are most welcomed and i'd like to see a picture of the one you make, if you want to send me one ^.^. have fuuun

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Bio: Hi, i’m Neli. I’m a 29 yo graphic and web designer, illustrator. I studied English and Arts. I’m a contributing artist with ... More »
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