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Thread: T shirt quilt

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    Super Member annette1952's Avatar
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    Awesome quilt!

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    Love how you got all of them to fit together. Am working on one for graduation and they are a struggle at times.

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    Wow! That is outstanding. I have been trying to think of something a bit different to do with one of my daughter's concert shirts stash. It has been very hard for her to sort them to her favorites. This really opens it up to using a lot of them, but not look cluttered or overdone. You have done an absolutely great job! I can't wait to show this to her. Thanks.

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    Very nice.

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    was that a "TOO COOL" t-shirt pattern?
    been there, done that......
    great job.........lucky girl.........

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    its a great quilt good job!!
    QUILTNMO

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    This is an amazing piece!! I did my first (and only) T shirt quilt a couple years ago. It was a collaborative project the with the recipient, who was planning to go on to major in art in college. She and I worked out the colors and sizes and layout on graph paper using colored pencils to visualize the colors. We rearranged the pieces many times before satisfaction set in. It was a fun project, but I'm not sure I'd repeat it!! Wouldn't have a clue on how to do it with "math"!! Bless your heart!
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    Fantastic quilt. I made a t-shirt quilt out of baby clothes of my first grandson. It was quite the challenge. Too bad his sister didn't get one! LOL!

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    amazing work...
    Pegg


    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    It is my own design but I cut all pieces in multiples of 3 inches. It is stabilized with a woven interfacing.
    Theresa

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