Weekend OOTD + T-Shirt Quilt

Last weekend, I finally used my Louis Vuitton Alma BB in Black Epi as mentioned here and I absolutely love it. It's the perfect size to hold my bag essentials (as mentioned here).

Left: Burberry Brit Daylesmoore coat in 0, H&M Men's scarf (old but cuter version here), Calvin Klein Opaque Essentials Infinite Tights in A (these are not the best fit and I have a run in mine so prefer H&M's), Aldo boots (old but cute version here), Louis Vuitton Alma BB bag, Make Up Forever Rouge Artist Lipstick in Matte Bright Red. Right: Petite J.Crew Chateau Parka in Stadium-Cloth in 000P Heather Chestnut, Joie boots in size 5 (old but similar here and cute bootie version here).
Over the years, I've collected a plethora of T-shirts from long ago thanks to summer school, team sports, and school pride that have been taking up a good chunk of my closet space. I know I'll never wear those shirts again but can't bear the thought of throwing them away. I also know that my children wouldn't want to wear my hand-me-down tees so I've decided to make them into a nice and comfy T-shirt quilt since the shirts themselves are quite comfy.


After researching a bit online, it really does seem pretty straightforward - you just need to cut out a square of each T-shirt to then stitch together with backing and batting in between the layers. I've had this project tucked away for a long time now and hope I can finally get to it sometime this year (after my priority of scanning my dozens of family albums into my computer so we have digital files of precious memories). I will definitely share the results whenever I finally finish this project.

Leaving you with the quote of the day, "People are best convinced by things they themselves discover." -Ben Franklin

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