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Thread: T-Shirt Quilt

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    Super Member charismah's Avatar
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    I made this T-shirt quilt as a commssion Quilt.
    My BFF's Co-worker wanted to make a quilt from her daughter's Duke University shirts into a quilt for Christmas. Her daughter played Basketball for Duke. She picked the fabrics.
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    Very nice quilt! I want to do one of those one day!

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    that is really nice!!

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    That's great, was is hard to do?

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    Very nice! I like the shades of blue!

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    Looks great.

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    That looks great....I plan on doing one....but with the Detroit Lions theme!

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    Very nice quilt! It really turned out great. I like the alternating sashing colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daisygirl
    That's great, was is hard to do?
    Nope! Very easy.

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    Love the alternating boarders, really frames the squares nicely. Looks like you were able to get all your blocks the same size. I've done 2 t-shirt quilt and fine them time consuming but the blocks were not all the same size, every row was different.
    great job!!

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