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Thread: Recycled shirt's Plaid Mad Top

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    Smile Recycled shirt's Plaid Mad Top

    With recycled shirts and some vowen yardage I just finished this top: the units are made from 3.5" charms and 6.5" x 3.5" bricks, and the finished block size is 12"

    I add in the top the pockets and my son's personalized embroidery initials and some labels too!
    I'm very pleased how it turned out.

    Thank you very much for look.
    Marta.

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    ​Great shirt quilt!

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    Nice fabrics. I like the way you used the initials & labels.

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    Handsome quilt!

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    came out beautifully, love initials too, great quilt
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    Very nice indeed.
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    Love that quilt!! I may have to make one.

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    very nicely done... love the plaids
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    Nothing says cozy like a plaid quilt....just my opinion of course !!....but this one surely makes me want to snuggle up in it.
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    Great looking quilt!! It looks so cozy!
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