Day 2 was most of a full Saturday, about 8-9 hours.
I finished off cutting the t-shirts into 15" x 15" squares and ironed flat.
Leaving a 0.5" seam, I stitched three shirts together in rows based on my planned order. With smaller pieces (cut 8" x 15"), they were stitched together first before added to the rows. All seams were pressed open.
The rows were then stitched together, also leaving a 0.5" seam, until all the shirts were joined to form a 40" x 72" piece.
Two strips of approx. 4" x 75" and two strips of approx. 4" x 43" were cut from the backing black fabric (100% cotton), and stitched along the corresponding sides, leaving a 0.5" seam.
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