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Thread: New Topic- Memory/T-shirt Quilt

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    Hi,
    I'm about to start making a memory quilt for my neice who is about to start college. I have some of her T-shirts and blocks drawn on by her close friends. I'm looking for creative ideas. I want to make it bigger than just lining up the squares and T-shirts.
    If anyone has any ideas or references, I would appreciate your responding.
    Thanks, Wfeld1st

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    Google "t-shirt quilt image" and you will get TONS of inspriration! I wasted a whole day just lʘʘking once... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by wfeld1st
    Hi,
    I'm about to start making a memory quilt for my neice who is about to start college. I have some of her T-shirts and blocks drawn on by her close friends. I'm looking for creative ideas. I want to make it bigger than just lining up the squares and T-shirts.
    If anyone has any ideas or references, I would appreciate your responding.
    Thanks, Wfeld1st
    Search Memory/T-shirt Quilt on this board, clotilde and google.

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    One of the best places to find stuff... is right here... Do a Search..
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/search....u=&sr=true&s=5

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    I'm sure you're right. Thanks, wfeld1st

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    Here is one I did for the Red Cross - mix the colors of shirts - use a border between all shirts that compliment the colors in the shirts - use more than one color border (I used red & black) - good luck
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails attachment-239299.jpe  

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    Really nice.

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