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Thread: T-Shirt Quilt to do

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    Senior Member LastGrandma's Avatar
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    Well, on Tuesday I got a bag full of T-Shirts to make into a quilt for a nice gent who stopped by my Garage Sale. The wife is a teacher at the school my DH volunteers at (and she bought another quilt from me at the Garage Sale last weekend).

    So I just wanted to thank the entire board for their assistance in my T-Shirt quilt project. You have helped tremendously already!

    I knew I had seen a TV episode where they used a 1" fusible grid to do the t-shirt blocks. After searching about 10 minutes on the internet, I had a "DUH!" moment and decided to look on the board. Sure enough, a 30 second search and I found the Crooked Nickel Quilt Design site! And it has a video of the T-shirt episode that I saw last year.

    You guys are awesome! Thanks so much! Now the t-shirts are ready to come out of the dryer and I am off to start my next project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LastGrandma
    Well, on Tuesday I got a bag full of T-Shirts to make into a quilt for a nice gent who stopped by my Garage Sale. The wife is a teacher at the school my DH volunteers at (and she bought another quilt from me at the Garage Sale last weekend).

    So I just wanted to thank the entire board for their assistance in my T-Shirt quilt project. You have helped tremendously already!

    I knew I had seen a TV episode where they used a 1" fusible grid to do the t-shirt blocks. After searching about 10 minutes on the internet, I had a "DUH!" moment and decided to look on the board. Sure enough, a 30 second search and I found the Crooked Nickel Quilt Design site! And it has a video of the T-shirt episode that I saw last year.

    You guys are awesome! Thanks so much! Now the t-shirts are ready to come out of the dryer and I am off to start my next project.
    My Neighbor has ask me to make a T-Shirt Quilt to after he saw my quilts that I have covering my couch and love seat, I'm new at this and scared to even start it so I ask if he would mind waiting until I get a little more experience, I wouldnt want to ruine his shirts...but I'm excited to be ask!

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