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Thread: T shirt quilt

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    T shirt quilt

    This is the t shirt quilt I made for my daughter. It has at least 57 shirts in it. And lots of math.
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    Great t-shirt quilt...I can only imagine all the math that was involved.
    What type of stabilizer did you use?
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    Great job Theresa! I've made a few t-shirt quilts and it can be a real challenge to work out the different sizes. She should be really happy with it!
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    Look wonderful. What is the finished size?

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    wow, great job
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    it came out fantastic. great job.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Wow, fantastic quilt! That's a lot of t-shirts.

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    Great job! That's a lot of different sized shirts. I can only imagine the math
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    An amazing T shirt quilt!

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    great job I love it

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    Great T-shirt quilt!

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    Fantastic job, it looks great.

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    Great job! I just finished my first one, too... similarly designed. I also have to add... Wow, that's quite the collection of t-shirts!

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    I'll say it has math. WOW! Your math AND quilting skills are excellent.
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    that is impressive.

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    It is beautiful and I know it will be much loved. I know I could not have done it, so kudos to you.

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    wow...I don't know what all those pictures represent???but it sure is a really nice quilt!!!

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    Interesting and creative layout. Love it and she will too.

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    The first time I have seen a T Shirt quilt without sashing and I really like it. Good job.

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    Awesome quilt!

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    Love how you got all of them to fit together. Am working on one for graduation and they are a struggle at times.

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    Wow! That is outstanding. I have been trying to think of something a bit different to do with one of my daughter's concert shirts stash. It has been very hard for her to sort them to her favorites. This really opens it up to using a lot of them, but not look cluttered or overdone. You have done an absolutely great job! I can't wait to show this to her. Thanks.

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    Very nice.

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    was that a "TOO COOL" t-shirt pattern?
    been there, done that......
    great job.........lucky girl.........

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