As I expected, the T shirt quilt top was completed quickly once I had a little time to really focus on it.
Remember, this is a sample quilt-- it's not actually for sale. So I purposely made it kind of long and skinny for easy display when I'm at a market (the size of this one is about 34 x 52"). I'm planning on draping it over a corner of the grid shelves that are in front of my display, with a sign saying something like "Custom T-shirt Art Quilts Now Available" or something like that. (See this post for details about my market display).
I attached the yo-yo's with invisible thread, and used a wide zig zag stitch around the edges. It's a neat effect--with the edges sewn down like that, the middle really pops up, so it's very dimensional.
No extra embellishment on this one, just a lot of fun fabric. And who says you can only use 1 T-shirt per block?
I'm planning on basting this tomorrow and I'm looking forward to quilting it and experimenting with some really interesting quilting motifs-- we'll see what I come up with!