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Thread: Harley T-shirt quilt

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    Super Member feline fanatic's Avatar
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    Here is a picture of a harley T-shirt quilt I finished about a month ago. It is a 50th B-day present for my riding bro. He supplied the shirts so knows about it. They are doing a house remodel right now so it is staying with me until that is done. Needs to be washed yet anyway and it is too big to wash in my home machine, got to get to the laundromat.

    Harley T-shirt quilt - tied
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    Awesome!!! I love the cornerstones, and those tshirts are cool :D:D:D

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    Good job. He will enjoy for a long time.

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    I love it, those shirts are so neat. Bet he loves it!

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    Great quilt. I did one for friends who ride, but couldn't find "Harley" fabric! So I kind of made it up! LOL
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    Very nice! My dad would love it for sure. Are the cornerstones the logos from the front of the shirts?

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    That is a cool quilt. I bet he loves it. Great job.

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    I absolutely love it!!
    I want to make one for my son. He gave me already 20 t-shirts and I was wondering if you can let me know how you worked with them. Did you put a stabilizer on the back of the t-shirts ? I haven't touch it yet because every time i try to work with anything other than cotton, my machine pulls it ,or rips it....well I can't really blame it on the machine :-). Anyways....I really like your design!! It looks great!!

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    that is so cool! Or should I say HOt?

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    that is an awesome quilt!

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