Houzz Logo Print

Have you ever made a t-shirt quilt?

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I haven't, and I have a question. I had to buy t-shirts with the Minnesota Vikings' logo on them to make quilts for our grandsons. I have stabilizer to adhere to them. I know pressing the logo with an iron will destroy it, so how do you do it? Do you just use a cloth over the logo when you apply the stabilizer. Do you use a cotton setting on your iron or something cooler? Since I had to pay $24 for each t-shirt, I don't want to mess them up. I couldn't believe that I couldn't find logos printed on woven cotton.

And should I wash them first? I suppose they could bleed too.

Oh, and did you ever have a problem quilting through that rubbery product that the designs are made with?

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