Are you in search of a T-shirt quilt maker? If so, you have seen a lot of people and companies making quilts or blankets. It might even seem overwhelming at times with all the choices you have. Don't just guess on a quilt maker. Take a more purposeful approach to find someone who is a good fit for you.
I love being out and about showing people my T-shirt quilts. I almostI always end up talking to people who don’t have any T-shirts. What? No T-shirts? Is that you? Ok, so you have no T-shirts but you love the idea of a T-shirt quilt. No problem!!! You are at the perfect starting point for planning an awesome quilt. Here’s how to plan a T-shirt quilt from scratch - from T-shirt zero.
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.
Your concert T-shirts are important. They represent the bands you love and the concerts you have enjoyed. And those T-shirts took time and money to collect. So, the quilt you have them made into should rock! If you are reading this, chances are good that you have concert T-shirts you are considering to have made into a T-shirt quilt.
We are frequently asked to put fronts and backs of a T-shirt together in a quilt. Not for just one T-shirt, but for every single one.
You want to plan your T-shirt quilt so it turns out awesome. That’s our aim too! As you are planning your quilt, you might figure out that you are short on T-shirts. For example, a deceased loved one’s T-shirt have to be split up among many people. The result is not enough T-shirts to make a quilt useable on a bed. But that’s not a problem!
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?