Today I'm sharing the T shirt quilt I made over the fall and winter. Truth be told I ignored the T shirts for almost a year before starting on them. You can see them laid out in this post. I didn't share any other pictures from what I can tell. So today, a few more pictures. The quilt has been received by the customer and she was happy with it.
First up just the shirts with coping strips to make them all fit together. The customer determined the placement of the shirts and I made them fit together.
There were some really cool shirts including a shirt from a Pike's Peak Marathon and the 100th Anniversary of the Boston Marathon.
I needed to figure out how to make it a twin size quilt as it was pretty close to being able to be used on a bed. The name of the runner was added. I picked friendship star blocks to fill in the height needed to be bed size.
Notice no feet under the quilt. Pat had to stand on a step ladder for this one. And, because it was a gorgeous day after a lot of snowy and sleety days here's one from a distance with a little bit of snow.
Begin March table runner ☑️ Background pieces are ready to stitch together.
Quilt customer’s quilt Started but ran into issues but now resolved.
Start a flannel quilt use some pink and purple flannel☑️ Done and ready to quilt.
Finish planning the Anniversary quilt Nope, didn’t even look at it.
Put March table runner together
Quilt customer’s quilt
Quilt one of my quilts
Put together the chunky churn dash quilt
Prep doggy tumbler quilt — what should go with the dog fabrics & cut it out
That's it for me today. Check out my regular linky parties. Hopefully I'll get them linked as they become available. Oh Scrap, Monday Making, Design Wall Monday, and To Do Tuesday. Woot! Woot! It is Tuesday morning and I'm linking up to To Do Tuesday. (some weeks I forget all together, others I'm late to the party!)
Happy Quilting All! Bonnie