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Thread: Mens' Shirts Quilts

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    Mens' Shirts Quilts

    Over a year ago I started helping a friend with her first quilt you can find the post here http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...t-t151435.html . Due to life in general she hasn't been able to work on it much, so I offered to finish. Sending me home with a large black trash bag full of mens' shirts, I knew I could get several full size quilts from the bag. The first picture is made from her block of choice. And the second picture is a block that I designed. The background on the second quilt is a sheet that she also sent along. The rest is all shirt fabric.
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    I love them both. Those little shirts are super cute. Clever idea.

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    Really cute! So nice of you to help.

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    Great use of used fabric. Love both. Hugs

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    I like what you created. It is perfect for the fabric provided. Your basket design is adoarable. Yours are fine examples of using fabrics from a source other than the fabric shop to create something beautiful and memorable.

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    They are great, I love them!!!!!

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    Great top and block! Great little folded shirts on the in-between blocks. Are they done like the tissue holder shirts?

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    i love the second but think the first is really cute and would be great for a little boys room

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    Both are so nicely done! Very kind of you to offer to help her~
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    Both are beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Great top and block! Great little folded shirts on the in-between blocks. Are they done like the tissue holder shirts?
    Im not sure about the tissue holder shirts, never seen them, going to google that! Its origami shirts. The pattern is called Aloha shirts, and was purchased at the LQS.

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    that is a really nice quilt... thanks for sharing

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    love them! especially the basket
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    Wow wee you sure did those shirts proud. Great job on both. I love how you took the 9 patch and turned into special.
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    Post Mens' Shirts Quilts

    Quote Originally Posted by leatheflea View Post
    Over a year ago I started helping a friend with her first quilt you can find the post here http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...t-t151435.html . Due to life in general she hasn't been able to work on it much, so I offered to finish. Sending me home with a large black trash bag full of mens' shirts, I knew I could get several full size quilts from the bag. The first picture is made from her block of choice. And the second picture is a block that I designed. The background on the second quilt is a sheet that she also sent along. The rest is all shirt fabric.
    Hi,
    Lots of men have an overabundance of dress shirts from years of clocking 9 to 5 at the office. But never have we seen them put to such fresh, modern reuse as in this quilt...

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    Great job!
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    Both are lovely. Great way to reuse shirts.

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    Great idea! Love the basket.
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    I love those little shirts! Wouldn't they be a fun thing for a baby quilt?
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