Fulfilling a Request
By Morley Hunt
August 13, 2017 5:58am CST
Several months ago my oldest daughter asked me if I could make a T-shirt quilt for her oldest son (my oldest grandchild). This would be a new adventure. I've not made a t-shirt quilt before, but was willing to give it a try. About six weeks ago she brought me a bag of his t-shirts and the planning began. The shirts were sorted and the logos were trimmed into rectangles and squares. Now I'm almost ready to assemble the front of the quilt. Just two more rectangles.....or a square and a rectangle and the front will be complete. The timing is perfect. It looks like I will have one more entry for our local fair. Then, afterwards, I can present it to my grandson.
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• Winston Salem, North Carolina
I've got one of those on-deck for my eldest child. My latest try-something new was free motion machine quilting on a pencil case I'm making for my daughter. I tried it and succeeded. Sort of. This morning I received notification of 12 Craftsy classes on sale for $12 each and lo and behold one was on free motion quilting...guess what I spent money on today .