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Photo Gallery - Memorial T-Shirt Quilts


These quilts were made with t-shirts from a loved one. 

 

  Complete Quilt Top Close up of Quilting

This quilt is a 3x4 (16" blocks) with sashing.  This quilt was made in remembrance from a friend's Dad who had passed away.  He was a runner and she wanted to stabilize his t-shirts and preserve them.

This is a 3x4 (16" blocks) with no sashing.  All the shirts were white or off-white so it really didn't need sashing to pull it all together.  The all-over quilting enhanced the design.

This is a pantograph pattern called "Meander1"

Because there is no sashing, it looks much better to do an allover or pantograph quilting (rather than one design per square)

This is a 3x4 (16" blocks) with sashing.

Note the light blue square with a pocket.  We didn't have enough shirts with logos.  So we used the back of one of the shirts and put a pocket on it.

This t-shirt quilting pattern is "flower meander".  It is a custom quilting design in each square.

This is a 3x4 (16" blocks) with sashing.  These shirts were from a World War 2 veteran.  We chose a patriotic star pattern.  We didn't have enough shirts with logos to make 12 blocks.  So for 2 of the blocks we used backs, then did highlighted quilting.  For the last block of the quilt, we used a sleeve from one of the shirts that did have a logo and turned that into a complete block.

 

Here's a close up of the star pattern.  This was an example of a back of a shirt we used.

This is a 3x4 (16" blocks) with sashing.  These were a gal's husband's t-shirts. Here's a close-up of the flame quilting pattern.

This is a 3x4 (16" blocks) with sashing.  This was the 2nd quilt made from the gal's husband's t-shirts.  She loves green, so we were able to use green sashing and quilt it with shamrocks.

 

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