Here is a quilt I made for a girl and the tee's belonged to her father. She had many different tee's and all of these things demonstrate that her father loved his outdoor sports activities. She also brought several shirts that he wore and I have used these to make the stripping between the blocks. This is a little of the process I go through when making a memory quilt.
|First I have to get the logos trimmed out and the fuseable |
put on and then lay out the shirts.
|At this point I haven't done anything about the stripping.|
|If you look at the bottom of this picture you will see where I have |
added an extra strip of sashing to increase the width of that tee.
These memory quilts are wonderful projects and I love doing them and seeing what new ideals I can come up with to make each quilt a very special one of a kind keepsake.
I hope you all have a great day and decide to one day try your hand at making a memory quilt as a keepsake to remember someone who has passed away, or to commemorate an event, like graduating from high school or college or getting married or having a baby. Whatever the occasion these quilts are a lot of fun and guaranteed to make you stretch your brain to recall all of that math you had when you were in school!