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Hi all,

I very rarely do t shirt quilts but have one on the go at the moment  My question is this...when you rip out stitches, do the holes disappear on the rubber/paint that is on the t shirts? I gave a quote waaaay too low for this one and I really only want to do an x in the middle of each block as the quilt is going to be much more time consuming than |I had thought.  My first block is cross hatched but by the time I was done I realized that if I do all 30 yes...I said 30 squares 100 x 120!!! at  this rate I will be here forever and I'm only getting paid for edge to edge so I was going to rip out the first block with all the crosshatching and just do an x.

Thoughts??

Thanks,

Tracey


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Holes will stay. Maybe leave that block, do an easy freehand overall in all the othe blocks on that row, then in each additional row, do on crosshatch block and repeat all the different freehand blocks on the remainder.

Shirley

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Yep holes are for good.  Although, I wonder if you used a hair dryer on low, and manipulated the plastic area gently a bit with your fingers?  Maybe you could make it livable if you really want to rip it out??

 

Good luck, and don't forget to post a pix when you are done :)


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