There are some well-loved T-shirts in the quilt.
But my very favorite is this wonderful photo transfer of the two beautiful sisters in the Wonder Woman "Underoos!"
They still make Underoos, although I don't think the brand name is as widely used. They usually have a T-shirt top or vest, and underpants that resemble the costumes worn by Superheros.
Now they also have Dora the Explorer, SpongeBob, and other non-Super types of children's characters. I wonder if wearing SpongeBob underneath your clothes gives kids the same feeling of confidence as wearing Superman duds? Probably not.
I admired my little grandson's Spiderman Underoos about a year ago, and he disdainfully told me, "Gigi, they're called UNNERWEARS."
I have fond memories of my own two little blond boys in their Superman pajamas complete with capes. There is a little pair of Dave's waiting in the cedar chest for his own little Superhero someday.
Or maybe they will become part of a quilt!
I also finished a little patriotic-themed quilt for Karen's grandson. It was also quilted with lots of stars.
He does not need to worry about passing this quilt down to his little sister. I think I have already quilted at least three for Evie, including one of my all-time favorite children's quilts.