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Thread: My latest T-shirt quilt

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    Junior Member cnolan's Avatar
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    It is FINALLY FINISHED!!!! I have had this project on commission since August, and have been delayed by one disaster after another. The client has been very nice about it, but I feel just terrible that it took so long! Oh, well... here are a few pic's of the top layed out on my Queen-size bed.

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    Junior Member cnolan's Avatar
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    oops... I just realized I have not put the top and bottom borders on yet. I am going to use the flag fabric, half as wide as the vertical strips. Once I get it back from the quilter, I will bind it in the blue fabric.

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    I like it! I've not seen one with patterened fabric for the strips. I think it adds to the look.

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    That's a beauty!!! The flag fabric really sets off the tshirt blocks!!! Good Job :D :D :D

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    Definately worth the wait ! Great job :lol:

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    Great job!! I'm sure your client will love it in spite of the time it took.

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    wow! great job. :D

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    Very nice. I like the star fabric ....really makes it pop.

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    It looks great!

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    Your client/friend will be so pleased with this quilt. You did a great job! Would you mind sharing what you used behind each t-shirt block to stabilize it? I would like to make a t-shirt quilt for my son, but don't know how to keep the fabric from stretching while I work with it. Thank you!

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