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Thread: T-shirt Tag Quilt

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    Junior Member ccearley's Avatar
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    I made a Polo t-shirt quilt for my son. The tags in the t-shirts were too pretty to discard, so I made them into squares and made another quilt.
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    What a cute idea!

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    wow, what a cool idea

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    Very unique...very eco-aware it is a very cool quilt.

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    Very interesting! Great idea!

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    what a neat idea. great job!!!!!

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    Very good idea. Thanks for sharing.

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    now that is coool! I am working on a "Crown Royal/New Orleans" throw for a friend. When I get it done I will post it. Also am working on a sport team t-shirt quilt "rag," again, will post it if I get it done. I only have about ten projects i nthe works, and it seems like something always needs mending, patching, hemming, or just plain sewing. But, that's okkay, I enjoy it, just wish I had more time to spend sewing!

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    What a cool idea. I would have never of thought of that. You are so inventive. I love your quilt. Great job.

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    Interesting! I often think things like tags and other things we throw away are designed so beautifully.

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