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Soccer jersey quilt

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Traditional
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What materials did you use? Jerseys from any sport. Mine are from AYSO. Batting, quilting, material for sashing and binding. Save the extra pieces for the border.

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Very nice. I love the unique idea of the multi colors around the border and intertwined in the quilt.

06/12/2012 Flag

Thank you!

05/13/2013 Flag

these shirts look like the polyester type soccer jerseys. Did you use a fusible web on the back? If so what knid? knit or regular.

10/27/2012 Flag

They are a polyester. Some have more stretch than others. I block each one, instead of using a stabilizer. I don't like the way it feels using that. I just continue to re-square each time. Hope this helps! Let me know if you need more help.

05/13/2013 Flag

I did not use any stablizer. I know people do. I just didn't like the way it felt. Because the jerseys are all made so differently,,the materials have different types of stretching. When I added the sashing in between I just kept re-squaring my squares. This made it easier in the long run, when I sewed the rows together.

10/28/2012 Flag

THANKS for the inspiration! I have saved ALL my sons jerseys from AYSO Soccer, COMP Soccer, Basketball, Baseball and Track. Now he is in Air Force & I was trying to search for a way to make a memory quilt out of them. Yours looks AMAZING! I only hope I do even half as well as you did & I will be one happy MOM!! (The only class I failed in School, even through HS & College, was HomeEc with was sewing & cooking..)

12/02/2014 Flag

Lana, holler if I can help you!! I have made them for other people. They send me a bag of shirts and I return them in the form of a quilt. Just let me know if you need help. Good luck!!

12/21/2014 Flag

This is awesome! How did you quilt this? Is it an all over pattern? or just quilted/Stitch in the ditch in the sashing?

01/28/2015 Flag