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Thread: Finished piecing husbands t shirt quilt.

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    Junior Member linbails's Avatar
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    Finished piecing husbands t shirt quilt.

    He's been wanting this quilt for at least 5 years ! He is so excited !!
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    heres another picture
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    very nice
    l like your back ground blue fabric

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    DON'T let my brother see that. he is a Deadhead and would love to have that. It looks fantastic. wish I had all my old tees. love to make one.

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    Awesome job!! I am working on a T right now that I plan on using that same setting techinque of the shadows. Yours turned out great.

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    Beautiful!
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    Great T- shirt quilt! If I ever do one I am going to do the same Shadowbox one. Yours turned out great.

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    Great T-Shirt quilt!

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    Love the shadowing!

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    That is one outstanding quilt! Love the 3D effect .

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    Love the way you shadowdd it

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    Good job! Bet he is proud!

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    You did one terrific job on that. He will cherish it.
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    You did a great job on the quilt.

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    I LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!! The shadow effect is really cool! I made 4 t-shirt quilts for a friend, but I REALLY wish I had seen yours first - I would have loved to "steal" your lay-out! I'm sure your hubby LOVES his new treasure!

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    Great quilt, he will be so happy you did it.
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    LOL! I laugh because it's a Dead Head quilt...right up my alley. Nice work.
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    You did an awesome job on the quilt.
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    Love the shadow effect. I bet your husband is happy! You did a great job.

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    Love your quilt I am amking one that has white tshirt and I am putting tigger material in the block and around the block

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    That is a very nice shirt quilt.
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    Ha ha , Those deadheads are a special breed !!
    Thanks for the compliments, this was my first t shirt quilt and was a little nervous. I didn't have a pattern but saw one like this and loved it. I am very happy with the way it turned out.
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    DON'T let my brother see that. he is a Deadhead and would love to have that. It looks fantastic. wish I had all my old tees. love to make one.

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    Great job!!

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    Great job, love the shadowing and the blue fabric makes it fabulous!

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    I love the black shadowing around the prints. Really looks great.
    God Bless,
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