If you are in the military or have been in the military, you have T-shirts! And uniforms, flight suits, caps, sweatshirts, coats and just about every other type of clothing items that relates to your military service. And you probably have more of them than you need. So...you need to have a T-shirt quilt made!
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.
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.
Whether you began cheerleading at age five or fifteen, by the time you retire, you will have acquired a number of T-shirts, jackets, and uniforms. They are too important and have too many memories to just give away. What do you do with them when you are no longer a cheerleader? Have a quilt made from your cheerleading paraphernalia!
There are many styles of T-shirt quilts. Some styles are very traditional while others are much more modern. The question to ask about any solution is, does it solve all the challenges inherent to all T-shirt quilts?
Have you considered having a memorial quilt or pillow made from the clothing of someone who had passed? With a memorial-clothing quilt, you can wrap up in their clothing and memory. If you are planning to have a quilt or two made from your deceased loved ones clothing, here are the steps of that planning process.
There are many different styles of T-shirt quilts. Each style can result in a different look and feel. And each style also comes with its own issues. Here is a look at the types of T-shirt quilts. You can click on each style or read from top to bottom.