Friday, December 18, 2015

Strake Jesuit Personalized {T-shirt Quilt}


The second commissioned quilt for Christmas was this Strake Jesuit College Preparatory quilt.   My oldest son graduated from there and I had made a smaller lap quilt for a friend whose son graduated (and happened to be the Valedictorian) along with my son.  An acquaintance saw it and had to have it for her son who has graduated there also.



This one was tricky because, again, she wanted a queen size and originally had sent me enough to only get 14 blocks. 


We finally agreed on a Kona Green sashing design with a stripe with his name appliqued on Kona Gray that she liked.  She also sent me some more of his cross country shirts to mix in.


I love working with minky backings for t-shirt quilt.  I feel like it contradicts the scratchy or rubbery screenprintins on the front and make a nice balance.


I also went with simple meandering in gray thread.  And a Kona Gray binding to tie in the gray stripe in the front.


Quilt Stats:
Size: 89" x 92"
Pattern: Custom by myself
Fabric: Kona Solids, Shannon Fabrics Olive Minky
Quilting: Longarm Meander


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