Last t-shirt quilt of the year! And for a total change, it’s not running shirts! Actually, I just checked, and running t-shirt quilts were the minority this year. What’s up, my running friends? Spending all your money on race fees? (I say as I have three races planned by April 2019.)
Anyway! This lovely set of soccer shirts!
My client asked for the shirts to kind of cascade from her middle school/club/high school soccer days to college. Which wasn’t too hard to design - everything just about worked out in the right spot, and I had some UCONN filler fabric for one spot. Which I already had on hand, because my sister is a UCONN grad. (What, you don’t have fabric from every college your siblings went to?)
The layout worked up a bit smaller (darn you, youth shirts!) so we added a border to bring it up to couch snuggle size. Which is, of course, the most important size.
The borders are Anthology batik ferns - wide back! I highly recommend using wide back for borders. No piecing!