T-shirt quilts. You gotta love them. They're a great souvenir, they`re not that hard to put together, but they can cause problems.
I recently quilted two T-shirt quilts for customers. The first one was HUGE! Because there was actual pieces of clothing on the quilt and some other dimensional embellishments, I wasn't able to do an overall design. And the neat thing was that she had used the stamp images from Zebra Patterns of places where the recipient of the quilt had been.
The second T-shirt quilt was smaller and made from baby clothing. However, there was also some 3-D items which made doing an overall design impossible.
|A onsie appliqued onto the quilt|
|My hand fits in the garment|
|Quilting on an unstabilised garment|
The backing for this one was also a plush, but a very weird fabric. I took one cut with the rotary cutter and there was FLUFF everywhere!
It was everywhere - even the floor.
|Fluff on the floor|
On that note, I'm out of here. Have a great day!!!