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Thread: WIP

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    Senior Member janell2009's Avatar
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    A t=shirt quilt in process
    oops ya see the one that is upside down.. LOL.. have corrected it...
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    Oh I love it!

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    Keep up the great work

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    Great job!

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    neat, its going to be great!

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    Doing great...I remember my days of making these for my nieces and nephews.

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    It looks like a quilt an adolescent would love!

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    These are some of the most treasured quilts. it looks good so far

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    I love it! Nice work.

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    Very nice, another quilt that is on my to do list (this list is getting very long with looking at all the beautiful quilts posted here).

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    Very nice! I have some shirts that need to be done but I am chicken to start.

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    Done da done done
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Doods
    Very nice! I have some shirts that need to be done but I am chicken to start.
    Get some iron on stabilizer, and I use a 12 1/2 inch ruler and rotary cutter. Iron on about a 13X 13 inch piece to the inside of the shirts cut out the fronts and if design on back also use that.. then just I cut 2 1/2 inch strips from fabric. I like using denim, women's jeans are lighter so they work the best, sew on the sashes and then the strips together. I usually back it with fleece as it makes it very comfy. Then I stitch in the ditch along the strips sashes and bind it, and done..

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