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Rock 'N Roll t-shirts become a cool duvet cover

Filed Under: home decor, Crafts, sewing

rolling stones rock n roll tshirtRock 'n Roll bands will never go out of style. Heavy metal, death metal, classic rock, punk rock; you name it, this kind of music will live forever. Even if you are older than the hills, you can still enjoy those 8 tracks, cassettes, and old records. Just ask my husband. He has hundreds of rock 'n roll records that he refuses to get rid of.

Along with all the tapes and records collected, die hard fans love to collect clothing. T-shirts are sold by the thousands, and you probably own every rock and roll t-shirt ever made, right? Well, if you do, and are wondering how to get rid of them without having to send them into the landfill, look no further than this article I found written by Wendy, over at Wisdom of the Moon. Although she does not give explicit instructions on how to turn your old rock 'n roll t-shirts into a duvet cover for your bed, she does direct you over to pshquilts.com, who gives you complete instructions on how to make a t-shirt quilt. She also points you to Eggering's, who also give you complete instructions on making a t-shirt quilt.

I love Wendy's finished duvet cover. I think it is pretty cool for a teenager, or even for the die hard fan who just can't seem to give up the clothing. They will sleep and dream in comfort, knowing you put forth the effort to give them a one of a kind present they can treasure forever. The duvet cover makes a perfect birthday gift or even a Christmas gift.


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