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« Reply #10 on: March 07, 2012 02:09:56 PM »

Wow that's a great idea! My husband has too many t shirts (what's the deal with guys not wanting to throw t shirts away??) I might give this one a try.


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And you definitely should!  I almost wish I owned a lot of t-shirts so that I could do this with my own clothing (I have WAY too many clothes right now), but of all the clothing I own, t-shirts only make up a small portion of it, lol.
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« Reply #11 on: March 17, 2012 03:28:03 PM »

 Smiley  So glad came across your article...I actually had t-shirt into quilt on my things to look up in Google!!  You saved me the time!  I have a bunch of my sons from all his sports thru the years and have saved them but would !rather get them out of the storage bin and into something he could use!  I know he'd get a kick out of it too.  I was wondering if I ironed on the back of the shirts the fabric stiffener first if it would help when piecing and sewing?Huh  I'll let everyone know!  Thanks for posting!
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« Reply #12 on: April 03, 2012 01:39:13 PM »

what a cool idea!  I need to do this for my sons, who have taken after their dad's t-shirt hoarding habit.
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« Reply #13 on: April 18, 2012 11:07:17 PM »

Love it!!
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« Reply #14 on: June 25, 2012 05:28:01 PM »

Smiley  So glad came across your article...I actually had t-shirt into quilt on my things to look up in Google!!  You saved me the time!  I have a bunch of my sons from all his sports thru the years and have saved them but would !rather get them out of the storage bin and into something he could use!  I know he'd get a kick out of it too.  I was wondering if I ironed on the back of the shirts the fabric stiffener first if it would help when piecing and sewing?Huh  I'll let everyone know!  Thanks for posting!
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Sorry for the late reply, but yeah, I'm sure interfacing would definitely help  Smiley


what a cool idea!  I need to do this for my sons, who have taken after their dad's t-shirt hoarding habit.

Not a bad idea! And thanks! Cheesy



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« Reply #15 on: June 26, 2012 01:17:52 PM »

I like that you made yours into a duvet cover!  I went ahead and quilted my old T-shirts, and there's no worry on if it's comfy or not! 

(But I'm sure yours is going to be a lot easier to wash!)

http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=409951.0

I do wish that I had used interfacing though... T-shirts just stretch too much!
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