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Thread: Another t shirt quilt

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    Senior Member ellenmg's Avatar
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    This is the second one I did, with starch and no iron-on interfacing. Way easier !
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    great job

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    Good job. What do you mean by starch on?

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    I did not use the iron-on interfacing, but rather I starched the t's prior to cutting them...I starched the daylights out of them and they held up pretty well through the stitching. If you need more info, pm me...
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    oh wow!! I use iron-on interfacing to keep them from stretching - I have never heard of doing them that way - interesting!

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    You have to try it! They are not near so heavy and you save some time not ironing.... I starch really heavily, but it washes out after quilting is done and makes a nice quilt....and if you mess up anywhere, it is more forgiving if you have to fudge anywhere.

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