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Tie-dyed T-Shirt Quilt Picnic Blanket

By: Susan Santoro from organized31.com
Tie-dyed T-Shirt Quilt Picnic Blanket
Tie-dyed T-Shirt Quilt Picnic Blanket

"When I first tried tie dye I became immediately hooked on the simple, yet colorful process and I knew that I wanted to create more with different color schemes. To me, summer and tie-dye just seem to go together and for this project especially. I thought I'd combine the two for this simple, tie-dyed picnic quilt. It's the perfect accessory for summer picnics and watching the fireworks on the Fourth of July. This is the perfect way to use up the old t-shirts you want to get rid of!."

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This is so cute. I remember when tie dye first came out. But it was mainly used by hippies for shirts, scarves and jeans. Now it's shining up in much fancier items. Thus is an example. It's so pretty and no two will be the same. You will make a one of a kind.

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