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Thread: Harley T-Shirt Quilt done!

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    Stunning I have a father in law how would love it

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    Great job--love the back too! The customer is lucky! I hope he knows it!

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    Awesome! What biker wouldn't love it?
    You should have charged more though!!!!

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    wow thats a nice quilt :D

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    He will love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LORNAD
    Can I ask how large you made the squares. I know some of my husband's shirts have large designs and I was trying to figure out how large to make the squares. Yours look great.
    The squares were 15" square -- largest I think I have ever dealt with! But that allowed for the entire designs to be in the quilt block.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICQuilts14162
    What a beautiful quilt! and yes...such a bargain. I've made a few now, and wanted to share the best tip I received after struggling with the stretchy t-shirt fabric on the first one.

    Use a lightweight fusiable interfacing on each of the t'shirts, iron it on before you cut the blocks... you'll be AMAZED at how pretty and square the blocks then stay for you to sew. It also makes them much friendlier when you start quilting, the needle seems to go through the designs much smoother, etc.

    Again - LOVE the harley quilt - beautiful colors!!
    Thank you for the info: this will be very helpful

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    LOVELY job !!

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    wow!!u did a great job!!

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    Holy cow, did he get a good deal! The label alone must be worth at least $20.00!

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