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Shirt quilt

Created in this Craftsy Course

Free Motion Fillers, Vol. 1 taught by Leah Day

Give 50 free-motion filler designs a whirl with instructor Leah Day in this in-depth quilting class. Stitch each design to create an impressive and unique quilt.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? T shirts and a couple of other shirts full of memories, backing material, sashing material, binding material, isacord thread, Pellon featherweight interfacing

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What are you most proud of? Since I'm just a beginner in this quilting scene, I'm most proud of the FMQ designs I learned here.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? For me, Leah Day was the easiest instructor to follow here and I learned a lot of great filler designs that really made my quilt look good.

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What a great way to preserve the memories of each shirt and practice quilting at the same time!

04/06/2013 Flag

What a wonderful idea! My daughter absolutely love your quilt and wants me to make one for her with her favorite t-shirts when they are small for her. Thanks for the idea. It's the first time she really appreciates a patchwork quilt

04/18/2013 Flag

Thanks! I'm glad you guys like it --it was so fun to make!

04/21/2013 Flag

You should be really proud of this, it's fabulous !

05/10/2013 Flag

Thanks!

05/10/2013 Flag

Thanks!

08/09/2013 Flag

Wow, your work is fabulous and certainly does not look like the work of a beginner! I love how each block has its own quilting design and the snowflakes on the Softball shirt were a pleasant surprise!

08/03/2013 Flag

Thank you -it was really fun to make.

08/09/2013 Flag

Wow, this is fantastic!

09/25/2013 Flag