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Thread: My T-Shirt Rag Quilt

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    Junior Member quiltylori's Avatar
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    Well, it's not perfect by any means, but I got it finished!! Unfortunately the red material (which I pre-washed, but obviously not enough) bled. You can see it settled in the quilted "x" on a couple of the squares....oh well, I would make another t-shirt rag quilt again any time! It was fun and my daughter really likes it.

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    oh how adorable!

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    It still turned out wonderful!! I like the option that you made it in to a rag quilt and not the usual t-shirt quilt.

    Thanks for sharing

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    Oh! I love it...did you border the t-shirt squares or are they fused/appliqued onto the flannel squares?

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    Thanks...I fused each t-shirt to the flannel backing and then did the applique stitch...that way I could vary the size of the t-shirt but still keep my squares all the same size and not have to worry about measuring borders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltylori
    Thanks...I fused each t-shirt to the flannel backing and then did the applique stitch...that way I could vary the size of the t-shirt but still keep my squares all the same size and not have to worry about measuring borders.
    Thanks for the info...I really like it!

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    That is really clever! Never seen anything like it but think it is a great idea.

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    Very cool!!

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    that rocks

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    it looks really cute!!

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