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Thread: T-Shirt Quilt Help!

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    Junior Member ZTAgirlknits's Avatar
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    So I am planning on making myself a tshirt quilt with all my shirts from the summer camp I have worked at for the last 5 summers. I've never made one before and I was wondering was sort of stabilizer to use on the tshirts, any suggestions? Or if there is a pattern somewhere for a tshirt quilt......

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    Moderator QuiltnNan's Avatar
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    i don't know, but there are lots here who do. i know that it has to be light.

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    They say to use fusible tricot light weight and run its strech opposet of the t-shirt strech I did it and worked just fine.

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    Senior Member BDor's Avatar
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    I just made a t-shirt quilt and the lady at my LQS told me I needed to use French Fuse. It is an iron on and is 60"
    wide. Worked great.

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    I used a lightweight fusible. My sister has a copy of Eleanor Burns' t-shirt pattern and that was very helpful to follow her instructions.

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