Better Homes and Gardens Memory Quilts
Looking for a meaningful, personal quilt to give as a gift or to pass down to future generations? T-shirts, photographs, and autographs may not be what you think of as "traditional" quilt elements, but for those wanting to honor a special person, or commemorate an event, or to simply preserve the memory of a bygone era, they add a personal touch to a quilt like no other.
12 projects: T-shirt Quilts (Blanket Statement; Remember When; and Good Sports); Autograph Quilts (Quilt of Prayers; Quilting Stars; and Crowded Lake); and Photo Quilts (My Sister, My Friend; Memories in the Making; and Stick to It magnetic frames [4 blocks]). The T-shirt quilts are also shown in variations made using traditional quilt fabrics or luxurious pile fabrics.
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