To-Do #114 Weekly Progress Update

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  1. chrisknits says:

    One of the reasons why I don’t do T-shirt quilts! Too heavy. I believe you will be successful in your goals!

  2. My, you’ve been busy! I’d take that big t-shirt quilt to a longarm machine somewhere. I’ve made a couple and they are HEAVY. You’re beothuk star is lovely; that’ll be fun to quilt. Good luck with your goals!

  3. Best advice is to take lots of breaks doing the T-shirt quilt. It is looking very but so heavy to do on a domestic. Cross hatching is a great way to go. I did my last one with cross hatched wavy lines. I had to make 5 or 6 before the taking breaks lesson stuck in my mind! My son just sent me a bin of his shirts to make him a king size quilt. My shoulder is aching already just thinking of it! But how do you say No to a request from family! 😉 Carol

  4. Rochelle Summers says:

    That T-shirt quilt is one big quilt. Never realized how heavy t-shirts could be until putting them in a quilt. Hope your shoulders and neck are up to this. Great job on the Beothouk Star. You still seem to be meeting those monthly goals. A working too!

  5. Take lots of breaks while you’re quilting. Don’t be like Wendy. 🙂 I remember how heavy those t-shirt quilts can be! Hope yours works out; I think you’re doing well!

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