If you missed my last post, these quilts are made from the shirts of my friend's late husband. The first two quilts are for her granddaughters, and are the most similar, both using HST's and measuring 48 inches square.
The third quilt is for my friend herself, and I made it a little bit bigger, measuring 54 x 57 inches. She loved the fact that all of the logos and pockets are incorporated into hers.
I kept the backing and binding the same for all three quilts. The Kona Navy is the perfect frame for the shirts, and the chambray backing with the stripe of scraps fits the feel of the quilts perfectly! Some of the shirts had a thicker woven texture, so I quilted these with a wide stipple so that the quilt would drape nicely without being too stiff.
I'm so glad I was able to make these quilts for her and her granddaughters. She absolutely loved them, and I know they'll be treasured for many, many years to come.