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Thread: T-shirt apron

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    Cool T-shirt apron

    I made this for a friend still have one more to make..
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    That is great!

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    Great apron!

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    What a great alternative for favourite T-Shirts instead of making a T-Shirt quilt!

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    What a great idea! I love this apron and I am sure your friend will, also!! Good job!

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    Very unusual way to use up T-shirts. It is awesome. You have a great mind. Anyone would love it.

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    Terrific apron!!
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    whay a neat idea nicejob!!!
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    I also made a quilt with the tshirts I had extras left over and these were some of the left overs.

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    Great idea!!!!

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    How original! What did you use for backing, any batting?

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    well aren't you the clever one!!

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    No batting, I did use heat and bond and I bought a apron. I sewed the tshirts onto the apron..

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    Turned out great.

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    That is cute. Never heard of anyone before making an apron out of T-shirts.
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    Great idea. I have a white apron I have been saving and now I know what I am going to do with it.
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    That is darling.

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    Great idea for an unusual apron. I will put this idea in 'my book of important ideas to remember'. I am curious about what you used to stabilize the t-shirts.

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    So cool and sweet. I don't wear aprons but that one is really cool. I would wear it.

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    Clever. your friend will love it.

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    A very "cool" apron!
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    what a great idea. My friends who LOVE t-shirts have a new project. Thanks for the post

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    What a clever idea. I've made t-shirt quilts but never thought of this. Definitely want to try it.

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    Sold my motorcycle a couple of years ago, but still have friends with Dallas Harley Davidson. They have a quilt raffle every fall. This would make a wonderful raffle item.

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    What a cute idea.

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