Thursday, July 26, 2012

T-Shirt Chronicles Part IV: The Back

If you have followed this blog for the past year, every so often I report how a T-Shirt Quilt that I am working on for a cousin, is coming along.  


Tuesday I made the label block and yesterday I pieced it into the back.  I'm using flannel on the back - please, please, please strangle me if I ever purchase flannel again for something this large.  Flannel = fuzz everywhere.  Plus, it's heavy.  




Last night I purchased the batting so I have no excuse for not moving forward. Basting today and maybe quilting by the weekend.  My cousin sent the t-shirts to me last July...think I can get this baby done by next Tuesday?  We'll see...

Enjoy your Thursday,
Susan

7 comments:

  1. I was wondering how the t-shirt saga was progressing. It looks great and with the flannel backing it should be really cozy! You'll definitely get a bit of a workout lugging that around. I have total faith you can finish it by the end of the month! I'm sure your cousin's son will love it!

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  2. It is also a big quilt and fabric is heavy. I refuse to strangle you, but put a big sign next your sewing machine that says "NO FLANNEL!" You might try different brands of flannel. some are less fuzzy than others.
    Jaye
    artquiltmaker.com/blog

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  3. Yay! Won't be long now. Are you going to Festival this weekend?

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  4. Progress IS progress, but it sure would be great to have this done! Good luck!

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  5. I've never made a T-shirt quilt, but have been tempted a few times. Unfortunately, our T-shirts all get worn to rags around here, so they wouldn't make good quilts. Flannel is fuzzy, but SO cozy and warm! Polar Fleece is worse though! I feel the same way about it!

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  6. Great job! We had a great time at LBIQF with you an Zina!

    Tami

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