Our niece, Kamryn, from Colorado, graduated from high school this month!
A few months ago she sent a back pack stuffed full of softball t-shirts and very sweetly asked if I would make a quilt out of them.
She had about 50 to chose from - mercy!
So, I picked the ones I liked to create her quilt out of.
I even made a pillow case...and put Air Force blue cuddle fabric on the back.
Kamryn has joined the Air Force - so excited for her!
Here she is with her sister looking at the shirts - it was a fun memory lane moment. (I'm standing shyly behind her in the door frame. I don't like to have my picture taken!)
Pretty girl - fun quilt! She loved it!
I used a lightweight fusible web to stabilize the t-shirts then just started cutting....without a plan!
I wanted the random look.
I don't normally make t-shirt quilts, but I love this girl so much - I was happy to.
If you would like a t-shirt quilt constructed, my very good friend, Andrea from Pennsylvania, will make it for you. Here is a link to her blog - you can contact her there. Just click on her "t-shirt quilt gallery". She does a fantastic job - and she likes making them!
At Kamryn's graduation party they hired an ice sculptor.
He carved an Air Force falcon - so cool!
We're all so proud of you, Kamryn.