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How to make your own tshirt quilt
Hockey Jersey quilt.
T shirt quilt. My grandma made me one of these and I'd love to do it for my kids!
How to make your own T-Shirt Quilt- I need to do this with all my old high school shirts!! Finally!!!
tee shirt quilt. Great idea for all of those junior regatta t shirts
I want to do this for the kids when they go to college
Tee Shirt Memory Quilt | you have a ton of t-shirts that you want to turn into a memory quilt ...
Interesting use of stripes. Strips are same size, but by allowing the white part of the strip to be on the outside, the squares appear to be overlapping. Do this in Ginger Bliss and other AB stripes.
1.Supplies: stamp ink and a shirt 2.Drop ink randomly on the shirt 3.Let the droplets soak in 4.Once you are happy with the look, wash it in cold water to set the colour!
Relay for Life shirts from INKtastic. 30% off all sales goes to the Relay for Life fund.
my love for patchwork quilts just. won't. quit.
Modified Mod Bento Box: another good idea for using scraps, but working a block at a time, stack 'em up and make the top when you have enough. Project Linus.
How To: Make a T-Shirt Quilt- perfect for all those old basketball shirts hanging around our house!
Fun quilt block. On my to-do list.--I've got the pattern book for this, but have never made. Very pretty here and easy too see all broken down.
I get to use my Great-Grandmother's hand-pieced hexagonal quilt on my bed in the new room. :-) It has a lot of pink and green so I'll have to work those in the room somehow. This is not an image of my quilt, just similar.
Fun way to quilt between straight lines....wish my machine was set up for free-motion quilting :0(
Seaside Fabrics by Riley Blake---I like the design, the strips, plaids and prints --really good layout.
A bookshelf quilt! You could embroider the names of your favorite books on them. Would be a great hand-me-down for your children (the books would tell them a bit about you).
ReFab Diaries: Repurpose: New shirt from old "highwaters"! WOW!!! Wish I had thought of this years ago when my girls were little.