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I actually have a few questions mostof my t-shirts for my quiLt is thin but there is a sweatshirt iIwant to use that says grandma on it would it affect the quilt if I use one thick shirt? Also iIwould like to write on the quilt in memory of my grandmother what can I. Use without it be washing off or bleeding etc ? Sorry about the spelling and mess ups on this comment my phone not working properly making this comment
Question! You said to use "embroidery floss, yarn, or any other strong thread", do you mean quilting thread? At least for the edge, not necessarily for the stitching of the shirts together...?Absolutely love the tutorial though! Easy to follow!
Mommajozy is right use what you want.... you could have cut and sew a number of towels together to make the back.... For the use of your quilt on the beach you do not need batting. You could put the top and back together and quilt them as the tshirts and towels can be heavy.
Hope you don't mind me helping.You can use any type of blanket for batting when making a quilt for your own use. I would caution however that you do not use one if it has thin sections or the inside batting is shifting. Shifting batting will give you thick and thin sections all over your quilt.
Good Luck hope your quilt turned out nice.
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