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    tshirt quilt is done

    The tshirt quilt is done for my niece! The picture isn't real good as my camera has a blur spot at the top.
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    Great T-shirt quilt! I'm sure she loves it!

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    very nicely done
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    Love your T-shirt quilt.
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    You inspire me to do mine, but 3 people in this house collect t's so I'll probably need to make it reversable, can it be done? Need to start stashing backings, recommendations?

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    Super quilt!

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    Great job! Such a wonderful way to save the memories.

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    Great t-shirt quilt!

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    Nicely Done!
    Have a Blessed & Prosperous Day !
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    Very nice. Thanks for sharing.
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    The sashing is awesome to set the shirts apart.

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    Great quilt!!

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    Great t-shirt quilt. How big are the thirst squares? Thanks!

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    that is awesome!!!
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    Very nice t-shirt quilt

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    One of the nicest T-shirt quilts I've seen. A great keepsake.

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    Really great job!!!!!!

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    Awesome job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nanny's dollface View Post
    Great t-shirt quilt. How big are the thirst squares? Thanks!
    The tshirt squares with 13 inches across finished and the sashing 2 inches finished. lengths varied from 9" to 14".

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    I'm hoping my daughter is saving t-shirts from all the sports her kids play - hopefully mine would turn out as nice as yours. Nice job.

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    Nice quilt. I have all my Harley shirts, concert shirt for my t-shirt quilt packed away.

    As for the blur on your camera.......take a Q-tip with a little Windex (wring out the Q-tip if need be, you don't want it soaking wet.) Carefully clean the lens area and let air dry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djmat View Post
    You inspire me to do mine, but 3 people in this house collect t's so I'll probably need to make it reversable, can it be done? Need to start stashing backings, recommendations?
    A reversible could be done on this. For the backing I used pellon interfacing, this made it very easy to work with the tshirt material.

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    Very nicely done!!

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    Tshirt quilts are so cool. Love yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chasing Hawk View Post
    Nice quilt. I have all my Harley shirts, concert shirt for my t-shirt quilt packed away.

    As for the blur on your camera.......take a Q-tip with a little Windex (wring out the Q-tip if need be, you don't want it soaking wet.) Carefully clean the lens area and let air dry.
    Thanks so much for the tip. I was about to get a new camera!

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