Made in the USA

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Happy Independence Day! I'm celebrating with The Anti-June Cleaver and Our Piece of Earth, and an amazing group of bloggers to bring you some great prizes that have been made in the USA...or Canada because we don't leave our Canadian friends out of the fun. It WAS just Canada Day, after all!

My readers will be excited to hear that one of you will be winning a custom lap-sized t-shirt quilt from Project Repat!! Made in America and made of your memories!

As always, once you have entered a giveaway visit the linky below for a chance to win even more great prizes. Good luck!

Disclosure: The Anti-June Cleaver, Our Piece of Earthand the rest of the bloggers participating in the Made in the USA giveaway hop are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.

32 comments:

  1. I have geeky shirts of my husbands that dont fit that would make a great blanket

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  2. My husband likes beer and liquor t-shirts. I don't know what he'd give up.

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  3. Oh I would love to make one for my son with all his school sport tshirts! Would be such great memories!

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  4. I have several shirts from when I was a teen that I'd love to make into a blanket!

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  5. My daughter has always wanted one of these. She has saved lots of t-shirts from high school and college.

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  6. I've got quite a few shirts from when my boy was young, as well as from my siblings.....what a great way to put them to use. Great memories will be remembered in such a great way!

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  7. I have a ton of tees cut up to make a quilt for my baby brother. Would be nice to get those together.

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  8. I have some of my kiddos shirts that I just don't want to get rid of for sentimental reasons.....this is such a great way to hang on to all my favorites and displaying them!

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  9. I'm a borderline hoarder, so I'd have to choose between high school, college, grad school or theatre shirt memories, lol

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  10. My son has been in alot of bowling tournaments, and would be so fun to put his bowling shirts on it! What a great way to remember!

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  11. I have sports shirts, and my son has lot of superhero and funny shirts that I would combine together for him to create a blanket.

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  12. My girl has a collection of favorite dress for the summer, one of which she's worn right thru winter because she loved it so much.....they would be great to see in a blanket!

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  13. What a great idea! I would make a quilt for my sister out of old music concert t-shirts from the 70s and 80s.

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  14. Oh I would so love to make one of these for my son! What a special gift to last a lifetime!

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  15. I have some school mascot shirts and some work t-shirts and I would love to give one of these to my nieces.

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  16. I would like to make one out of my sons old onesies

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  17. I would make it for my hubby then hand it down to our daughter. He has been in the military for 24 years and has accumulated a pile of squadron and misson tee shirts. This would make an amazing keepsake.

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  18. as I look in my closet, there's quite a number of shirts that would be great for this!

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  19. These would make a wonderful graduation gift for sure! I would love to make one for my son!

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  20. Vintage t's would make one awesome blanket!

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  21. i have been saving some of my kids old clothes for this exact reason. i love the idea. i want to make one for my kids and give it to them for graduation.

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  22. Would be fun to use concert tshirts that you have been to! What a wonderful way to remember!

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  23. I have a stockpile of geocaching tshirts from many events. It would be fun to make a quilt of all of them.

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  24. Old tshirts from him playing sports! Oh would be so fun to make for him. He would love it.

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  25. I have a bunch of tshirts from my husbands father whom passed away 5 years ago.. We plan on getting all of them made into a quilt..

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  26. i have some tees I refuse to get rid of and they would make a great quilt then i could have them forever in a blanket. i love blankets lol.

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  27. We follow an a cappella group called Home Free. I have a ton of shirts that would make a great quilt.

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  28. I have a lot of t-shirts to use. To make a quilt for my daughter.

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  29. I have t-shirts that are just full of memories from when i was younger, and i'd love to make a quilt for me.

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  30. my son has baseball t-shirts and I would love to have that made into a quilt

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  31. I would love to make a college blanket

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  32. I would make a momsake of my toddlers and my oldests baby clothes

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