Sunday, June 30, 2013

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The below quilt blocks are made with men's shirts that were either given to me or I purchased at Saver's or Salvation Army stores. 
 I'm making it for one of my son's best friends who has often been interested in my quilting and I know would like a quilt but doesn't want to come right out and ask.  Some of the fabrics are very funky.  I think once it's all put together it will be kind of cool.  I'm using a pattern from Bonnie Hunter's book, "Scraps and Shirttails, Reuse, Repurpose, Recycle"






                                                                      I hope he likes it!

7 comments:

  1. Aw, how can he NOT like it?!? You come through with a winner every time ~
    :-}pokey

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  2. Very cool! You're so frugal to take the time to cut up shirts and repurpose them this way. I love it! And so will your son's friend... I have no doubt!

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  3. This is perfect timing! I have just spent the last few days searching the web for pictures of quilts made with re-cycled clothing. I love your quilt!

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  4. Love these squares...have been saving some of my husbands shirts for a while now and hope to get around to what you are doing, ONE DAY!!!

    Love the fact that YOUR husband knows what fat quarters are!!!.catching up on older posts!!

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  5. I'm sure he will! What great fabrics.

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  6. Lovely quilt. There's something special about quilts made with old clothes. The sashing shows off each block nicely.
    best, nadia

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  7. I found a really cool men's gift site called www.thegiftsformen.com

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