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Motorcycle T shirt Quilt

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Motorcycle t-shirt quilt

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Retro / Vintage
Doe Haywood on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? used old motorcycle shirts which were donated to me to make the quilt for a raffle for the annual fund raising for the Christian Motorcycle assoc.

Doe Haywood on craftsy.com

What a good project for a good cause!

03/24/2013 Flag

Very nice........

03/30/2013 Flag

I am doing a sorority t-shirt quilt now , I added sashing around each t-shirt sqaure, Need to know if dbl sided fusible web would work to stabilze quilt for quilting on sewing machine

04/25/2013 Flag

I used fusible stabilizer on each of the t shirts to keep them from stretching and then I quilted on my sewing machine.

04/26/2013 Flag

I am so glad to see this quilt....it looks great! I am a new mother-in-law and my son's wife wants me to teach her to quilt....she wants to begin with a band tee-shirt quilt as a surprise for my son. I was wondering about the fusible web vs stabilizer. I hope ours turns out as well as yours did.

05/25/2013 Flag