How to make a quilt out of old sweatshirts

Children grow out of sweatshirts at a rate of knots, but what do you do with them once they are past their sell by date. You can always turn them into dusters and cleaning cloths, but sometimes the shirts themselves are just too nice to want to do this.finished sweatshirt quilt
So how about reinventing them into a lovely, cosy quilt to keep you warm on a winter’s evening?
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