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Thread: T-SHIRT Quilt

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    My first T- Shirt quilt
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    Great job!

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    That is great...I love all the smaller corner pieces!!

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    That looks awesome. Love how you did your cornerstones. Adds so much more interest then the standard square.

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    Great job. Love the detail!

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    That turned out wonderful, the cornerstones are great.

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    You did a great job!!!! Love the corners as well....I'm working on my first tshirt quilt now!

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    Great job!

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    Outstanding job!

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    Great job!

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    It's fabulous!

    I love all the extra work and details you put in - the black borders, the cornerstone octagons, the different colored sashings.

    Are the cornerstones from t-shirts also? or patches you appliqued on?

    I'm sure the recipient will be thrilled with it.

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    That's awesome looking!

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    Very Nice! One of the best I've seen. =)

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    You did a wonderful job. Thanks for sharing.

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    That is the most beautiful t-shirt quilt ever... Very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS
    It's fabulous!

    I love all the extra work and details you put in - the black borders, the cornerstone octagons, the different colored sashings.

    Are the cornerstones from t-shirts also? or patches you appliques on?

    I'm sure the recipient will be thrilled with it.
    I am wondering the same how did you decided what to put where or did you lay it all out 1st then sew in rows? i LOVE LOVE LOVE the t-shirt quilts... they have great meaning.

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    oh my!! that is your first? absolutely fabulous job!

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    What a great quilt.

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    that's a huge quilt! it looks wonderful.

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    Wow that is wonderful. I love the lady sticking out her tongue.

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    yes the cornerstones are also from t-shirts andt-shirt transfers.

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    Awesome!!!

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    Very Nice... I wish I would thought about starting to save my sons tshirts from all our travels.. I reguarly donate them to goodwill or the salvation army

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    Very nice! :thumbup:

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    the tongue belongs to my daughter.No pattern the lady gave me a picture of what she wanted it to look like.

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