The above picture shows the top two rows of the quilt, after they have been sewed together with a black strip/turquoise square row in-between. I also put a strip/square row on top.
The above picture is the bottom half of the quilt. It looks very similar to the top half! Like the top half, you alternate t-shirt rows with strip/square rows. Since this is the bottom half of the quilt, you will also need to sew a strip/square row to the bottom.
As you sew the rows together, you’ll be pressing the seams open. I would recommend that you use a pressing cloth. If you don’t, your iron might not glide well over the fabric or the iron might remove any screen-printing and smear it over the rest of the fabric.