THis is my quilt on a queen size bed. I made it by cannibalizing 4 shirts, 2 children's bedsheets, and 2 pairs of pants.
I cut the clothes/sheets using a spiral pattern to make the longest strips of cloth from them possible. I then tied the strips end-to end and rolled the cloth into a HUGE ball. Then I crocheted it (Double stitch) using my fingers. This quilt only took a week to make, probably only a total of 4 hours. It's VERY heavy, and in winter keeps me very warm even if I have no electricity with only a sheet beneath it to keep air from escaping through the holes. In summer, I can sleep with it alone, and it keeps me sufficiently cool by allowing heat to escape through the holes, while still giving me the comfort of its heavy weight.
It's a great way to recycle old/unusable clothes and sheets, as NO part of the sheet is thrown away, and only hems, pockets and zippers are thrown out from the clothing.