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T-shirt quilt made for Carrie

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? T-shirts, fusible fleece, materials for sashings, fleece for backing, batting and quilt binding.

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What are you most proud of? How happy it makes the individuals who receive them.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Cut out the T-shirts larger than the squares you want to use. Bind the T-shirt square with fusible fleece, then cut it down - make sure all the squares are the same if you want it to come out even - otherwise, you will have to figure out how to get them all to fit. I used sashings inbetween the T-shirt squares - it was a sweatshirt material (close to the T-shirt and fusible fleece - so as not to have any dips in the quilt)-for Carrie's quilt - also for the back , but on Rita's quilt I used fleece.

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Did you sew with a regular straight stitch, or something more flexible, zigzag etc?

01/11/2014 Flag

I sewed around them with a straight stitch...although I have done a few more and have actually sewn on the t-shirt. I am still learning - but I was told it would be easier using a walking foot or a Teflon coated foot - which I will be thinking about doing on the next one

02/14/2014 Flag

I have a bag of baseball t shirts/jerseys from my son's ball years from age 5 thru high school. Have been wanting to do something with them-- think I just found out-- thanks for the inspiration!

02/02/2014 Flag

great! I hope you do well!

02/14/2014 Flag

Here is a website that may help you with regards on how to make a t-shirt quilt - I hope it helps!

04/10/2014 Flag

Very nice.

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