To-Do #103 Weekly Update Review

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  1. dezertsuz says:

    Wonderful to-do projects, and great “dones”, too. You are rolling along on all these projects pretty well. =)

  2. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Love that umbrella block! How on earth are you going to applique the pole part? And how on earth did it get to be April already??

  3. Kathryn says:

    Nice backing for the quilt. So looking forward to seeing Dumbo finished. Cute Spring table runner.

  4. Christine says:

    I love that Concrete print for the Harley shirt quilt. That is going to be perfect! And the orange shirt in there will be a perfect accent too. Yay for meeting all your goals!

  5. quiltinggail says:

    Hi Roseanne, I LOVE your Dr. S backing! Perfect! And yup, it’s time to get that spring table runner done! It’s sew cute! You don’t want it hanging around in the fall! 🙂
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  6. Those t-shirt quilts are always interesting. One thing to do is group by size and then work from there. Sometimes I have seen rows of same size blocks and a lattice inbetween. Others get more jumbled – and if I were to do it, I might use graph paper cut to size with #s for each shirt and then lay them out…. I hate figuring this stuff out!! Good luck with it.

  7. Vicki in MN says:

    I also made a T shirt quilt-only one ever and it was for our son. He had wolves, bears etc on his shirts always growing up. I made it just like Wendy described! He loved it and I was pretty proud of it too.

  8. When I made a t-shirt quilt years ago, I had several different block sizes. I laid them out, then figured out where I needed filler fabric. I ordered a fabric that coordinated (it was a tie-dyed pattern) and added that in. It worked out beautifully. Just a thought in case you run into that.

  9. Hi Roseanne, the Harley Davidson t-shirt quilt sounds like fun! Another quilting friend who was one of my kids high school teacher made Stevie a t shirt quilt using his football shirts from high school through his NFL career. It turned out nicely! I love the Dr Suess backing fabric!

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