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Thread: Harley tshirt quilt

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    Super Member fidgety's Avatar
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    I made this harley quilt for my Bro in law last year. I embroidered a poem on the backing but did not take a pic of it.
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    I love it! I have been given a tote of Harley shirts to turn into a quilt, do you put interfacing on them first?

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    I used the lightweight interfacing on them. You need to cut the shirts and fuse the interfacing on them before you cut the desired size of the block.

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    Excellent job!! I really like this one!

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    You did a Super job on that quilt!!!

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    Soooooo cute, you did a great job :thumbup:

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    Very nice quilt that I'm sure will create lots of smiles from the recipient. I wondered how to do t-shirt quilts - as a newbie, I couldn't figure out how the stretchy fabric would work with the cottons. Well, now I know... Thanks.

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    OMG I have been saving Harley tshirts of my husbands for a few years and that is EXACTLY what I was going to do with them---complete with the flame borders!! Great minds DO think alike LOL LOL
    Now I know what my finished quilt will look like!!!

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    Very nice...love the flames

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    I too was wondering how the t-shirt fabric would work, now I know.... interfacing. Got it!
    Great use for all the "can't get rid of" t-shirts!

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