A double-sided T-shirt quilt is two quilts in one, because your T-shirts are on both sides of the quilt. They are not fast or easy to make. Please note that there are limitations on a double-sided quilt that you won’t find on our singled-sided quilts.
The double-sided order form is at the bottom of this page.
*Prices effective until 12/31/2018
You will need double the number used on a single-sided quilt. Here is a link to the How Many T-shirts page for single-sided quilts.
Your quilt will be long-armed machine quilted. Each block on the front side will be quilted in a unique pattern. These patterns may or may not line up with the block on the back of the quilt
Unlike our single-sided quilts, none of the images on the T-shirts will be traced. Read more about how we quilt our regular quilts here.
At this time, we are not offering borders on double-sided quilts because of the complexity they add to the project.
3D items such as bows, stuffed animals, varsity letters, patches and anything else that is not flat will not be added to the double-sided quilt.
The front and the back of your quilt have to be and will be the same size.
There are a number of different ways you can divide up your T-shirts.
We can put the fronts of your T-shirts on the front of your quilt and the backs on the back. But we will not attempt to match up every front to it’s back so they are front to back on the quilt. This is because the fronts and backs of T-shirts are rarely the same size and matching becomes unmanageable.
Double-sided quilts are being made at the Charlotte, Michigan and Austin, Texas locations.
If you live in Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma or Louisiana, here's the order form for you to use - Double-sided Order Form Austin, TX.
Everyone else, please send your double-sided T-shirts to the Michigan location - Double-sided Order Form Michigan
If you send your T-shirts to another one of our locations requesting a double-sided quilt, you will be responsible for additional shipping cost to have your T-shirts sent to Michigan or Texas.