These blocks are addictive. While I was planning my new sea swept quilt, I made sample blocks in shirt fabric. Good thing I did, I made mistakes. But, now, I want to keep making snails trails in shirt fabrics too. I will need to cut more. If you can start one quilt why not start two.
Working with recycled shirts is such a pleasure. The fabric is soft and does what I ask it to do. There is a lot of fabric in a shirt. I have these five shirts are for sale on etsy.
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Looks really good, Maggie. Makes me with I had a project going with my shirt stash right now. I enjoy working with them, too.ReplyDelete
That should be "wish" not "with". I noticed it just as I was clicking the publish button. ;)ReplyDelete
The snails trail blocks are so lovely, this is going to be a beautiful quilt. Happy stitching!ReplyDelete
Exactly, why not start 2 quilts? Especially when they are this pretty.ReplyDelete
Your snail tail blocks are wonderful!ReplyDelete
It's wonderful what you make with recycled shirts! So lovely. Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.ReplyDelete