This is the second of three t-shirt quilts Mom and I are making from my sister-in-law’s shirts for her three grandchildren. Quilted with the pantograph Happy Times.


It’s the same basic layout as the first one but we used flying geese instead of the pinwheel blocks. I was talking about my Flying Geese die last week which I haven’t used yet and this was the first time Mom had used her die. I cut them out for her and she said they were really easy to piece —  look how accurate her piecing is.


This will go back to Mom for binding and if all goes as expected, I’ll get the last of these quilted next week.


  1. The beautiful fabric in the flying geese gives the quilt a more elegant look than most t-shirt quilts. Excellent layout design too. Her grandchildren will be so thrilled to have these.

  2. Such a nice thing you and your Mom are doing here.
    I find the flying geese die very accurate too, very little trimming required.

  3. I like the way the Flying Geese break up the quilt. Most tee shirt quilts look boring. The tee shirt quilts you and your mother have made are anything but.

    • We made one for my son when he graduated from college and put his name and school initials on it. Since we were doing three of them, I thought the names would be a good addition.


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