Can I use sweatshirts in a T-shirt quilt?
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We get this question a lot! Yes they can. They can be mixed in with any other type of material that is machine washable. When the quilt is finished, it is difficult to know if a block was from a T-shirt or a sweatshirt.
What else can you use?
Too Cool T-shirt Quilts can use tech fabric in your T-shirt quilt. But not all T-shirt quilt makers or companies can. Read more about tech fabric here.
Baseball caps are as prevalent as T-shirts! Did you know that we can use them in your quilt? Read more about how they can be used in your quilt.
There are a number of ways to use photos in a quilt. There are different ways to have your photos transferred. Here's the information you need.
If you have or were a Boy Scout or a Girl Scout or any other type of Scout, you can use a lot of your scouting wear in your quilt. Click here for some examples.
Most mom's will save out a few or all of their children's baby clothes. They are just too important to give away. You can use baby clothes in a T-shirt quilt or have a quilt made just from baby clothes. Read more about baby clothes here.
It's difficult to throw away your child's artwork. Did you know that you can add this artwork to your child's T-shirt quilt? Read more here using your child's art work here.
T-shirts are a way of life here in the US. As a result, many of us end up with a T-shirt that we made ourselves. You can include these in your quilt. But should you?
Almost any type of clothing or textiles can be used in a T-shirt quilt. Or you can make a quilt entirely out of clothing.
We can use socks in your quilt. Read about the different ways we can incorporate socks into a T-shirt quilt.
There are so many things that can be used in a T-shirt quilt. Here are some that you might not have considered.
Discover more about having a quilt made with your T-shirts. Consider downloading our T-shirt Quilt Buyers Guide.
It's will help you know what you want your quilt to look like and what to look for in a quilt maker.