Using yarn or embroidery floss, tie the layers together in the center of every other square. Remove safety pins. Trim yarn to 1".
I made this quilt out of old clothes and fabric scraps. The back is a green sheet I had. It is hand-tied with embroidery floss. I didn't have a particular order for the squares, I wanted the squares sort of randomly placed, the only rule was that I didn't want two identical prints next to each other. You can make the quilt in any size you want, mine is 14 squares by 13 squares. suitable for a twin size bed.
Step 1: Supplies
You will need either old cotton shirts or scraps of cotton fabric. Sewing machine, iron, thread, scissors, straight pins, embroidery floss or yarn for tying. You will also need fabric for the back and some quilt batting, and safety pins.