Why do you have too many T-shirts? Because you love to race. Racing lets you challenge yourself. You can race for the gold. You can race as a training goal. Some runners race for the T-shirts!
Hockey – you either love it, hate it, or just don’t care. If you have found this article, you are probably in the "love it" camp. And you, or someone you love, probably played hockey.
If you are in the process of finding someone to make your T-shirt quilt, you may not have all the information you need to make an informed decision. Our T-shirt Quilt Buying Guide has the information you need to fill in any knowledge gaps.
How many baseball caps you do have in your house? If you are like my family, you have more than you can wear and more than you need. Yet, have you ever noticed that you never seem to have one when you need it? And then you end up having to buy another one.
When my nephew Isaac finished his last year playing Little League, he was disappointed that team had not made the Little League World Series. But then again, most Little League players are disappointed their teams did not make the Little League World Series.
Every T-shirt quilt tells a story. An athlete who participated in team sports has a unique element to their story. You know, all those numbers on their jerseys! How many numbers should you include in the quilt?
Sitting through the 1000 at my daughter’s swimming meet the other day was torture. My daughter Milie is a sprinter and in 4 events, she only swam 300 yards. I had to keep myself entertained while I sat through the long events to make it to the sprint events.