by stork 15 Mar 2018

T shirt quilt made for a retiring Christian Ed leader. The back is a vine grey on grey fabric and the front sashing is a grey batik fabric. I embroidered a label with the backing fabric and used pink thread just like the binding.


by dragonflyer 28 Apr 2018

Great job, Tonya...

by cindymae68 27 Apr 2018

love this. I was asked to make a t shirt quilt for my grandson using his baseball shirts, of course he's still playing. I just told him to keep the shirts til he's done. I have never made one. looks challenging. my pastors wife makes these all the time. puts a lot of time into it.
beautiful work by the way.

by pennifold 10 Apr 2018

Wow, what a lot of work and love has gone into this quilt. It will be treasured. Well done on sewing on difficult fabric. Love Chris

by kustomkuddle 10 Apr 2018

Beautifully made. It will be treasured.

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by toogie edited 10 Apr 2018

You did a fine job on your quilt. May I ask, what type or kind of stabilizer did you use on the tee backs, please?
My friend Pearlie is helping someone today with one. Neither have assembled a tee shirt top before. She wanted me to go today and try to help them. I told her I would babysit my great-grandson today or I would go, but I haven't made one either.
Someone said once to use the June Taylor stabilizer in the package. I'm not sure how many packs it would take or how far it would go.

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stork by stork 03 May 2018

So sorry that I did not see your comment before Toogie!!! I use the inexpensive fusible interfacing from JoAnn Fabrics.....I buy a bolt when on sale.

by lbrow 15 Mar 2018

Nice job!

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stork by stork 18 Mar 2018

Thank you

by crafter2243 Moderator 15 Mar 2018

I think this is a great quilt. Lots of Memories. I bet working with the stretchy fabric of T-shirts was not easy. Good job and thank you for re-posting this great project

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stork by stork 18 Mar 2018

THank you for steering me in the right direction.