In our collection of 10 stunning T-shirt quilts, we proudly present a diverse range of genres and styles that exemplify our expertise in quilt-making. After meticulously reviewing over 5000 photographs of our creations, we have carefully selected quilts that truly showcase and give you a feeling about the different subtypes of quilts we make.
We hope enjoy these awesome quilts!
All-White T-shirt Quilt
Size: 56 x 68 Border: None
We made this quilt for a runner. They choose only to include their white T-shirts. The result is a quilt more colorful than you might have expected. The colors come from the graphics on the T-shirts. The white of the T-shirts just fades into the background. Like a white piece of paper.
This travel T-shirt quilt chronicles our customer’s adventures around the United States. She chose some really cool colors from her T-shirts to use for the border. Her choice really tied the quilt together.
We learned that it is never too early to start thinking about your quilt and how you want it to look. As you embark on your next adventure think about the color of the T-shirts you buy. Consider how they will mesh with your past souvenirs. If this is your goal, remember to avoid purchasing white T-shirts.
Fun story about this quilt: Andrea was at the Rock ‘n Roll marathon expo in Nashville. A woman said, “Good you’re here! I’ll be back with my T-shirts.” She went home and came back with a bag of T-shirts for us. Ok then!
We had no idea that this quilt was going to be as spectacular as it is!
We’ve made many of Hard Rock Café T-shirt quilts before. This one stands out among the rest because of how colorful it is. Many Hard Rock Café T-shirts quilts are typically more black and white.
This quilt was a Christmas gift for a solider who was serving oversea. The soldier’s wife had us make this from his favorite run – The Army Ten Miler.
The inside of this quilt is all white, so the graphics become the color you see. If you look closely at the border, you’ll notice it’s made from his BDUs. We included his name, pockets and an American flag. The border helps explain the interior of the quilt.
Thank you for your service, we hope you enjoy your epic quilt.
This quilt has a lot of “front and back” T-shirts. On the front of the T-shirt you see the front of the cat. On the back of the T-shirt, you see the same cat from the back. I am sure you have seen these T-shirts before. When making quilts with T-shirts like these, the artist needs to carefully separate the two parts of the T-shirt. How many “Front/Back” T-shirts can you find in this quilt?
The back of this quilt is just as cool as the front because of all the intricate and detailed tracings our quilter did.
Old Timers Reunion is a group that brings together spelunkers. For those of you who don’t know, a spelunker is a cave explorer. The Old Timers have been around for over 50 years. Some of the T-shirts in this quilt dated back to the 1980s.
We like it because the colors and the story are great. Besides, how often do you get to learn about spelunking?
Class of 2018
Size: 72 x 84 Border: 4” pieced + 2” solid
This high school graduation quilt that tells a story that goes beyond just high school. It’s it a, “This is your life” quilt. The T-shirts are from different school activities and personal T-shirts as well.
Unlike the purple quilt above, this quilt is more the story of her life, rather than a story just of her high school years.
Andrea Funk is the inventor of T-shirt quilts made with multiple blocks sizes. The modern method of making T-shirt quilts. In 1992 she founded Too Cool T-shirt Quilts. Her life has been immersed in T-shirt quilts ever since.