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.
Here’s the situation: you want your quilt larger than your T-shirts will make. For example, you want a queen size quilt for your bed, but only have enough T-shirts to make a quilt that is between a twin and a full size. What are your options?
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.
There are a lot of companies making T-shirt quilts or T-shirt blankets. Digging through search results to find a list of makers is not easy. To solve this problem, we have compiled a list here for you.
Can you imagine planning 21 quilts and five pillows from one person's clothing? Perhaps not. But it happens. Here's how they planned their quilts.
We are frequently asked: "Does my T-shirt quilt need a border?" "Will it look better with a border?" These questions are so hard to answer for a number of reasons: