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This item sold on July 16, 2013.

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How many t-shirts do you have stuffed in a drawer that you don't wear anymore but you just can't bring yourself to throw them out? Well here's the perfect solution...make them into a t-shirt quilt! All you do is send me your old shirts and I will turn them into a trip down memory lane you can cuddle with. This quilt is different from the other t-shirt quilts that I've seen because I'm not taking the shirt and fusing it to a different material to do a traditional quilt, I'm using only the t-shirts themselves to create the front and back so you don't lose that great worn-in t-shirt feel. I also sew the shirt panels together "rag" style to give it interesting texture and to add a little more body to the quilt and then just to make it extra comfy, I add a layer of super soft batting between the two shirt layers. Just imagine wrapping yourself in a huge, soft t-shirt...who wouldn't like to take a nap on the couch with that?

The quilt measures 4'x5' and the shirt squares are 12.5" x12.5". Depending on how many shirts you send I can make your quilt as big or small as you want. This size uses 20 shirts, front and back.

This is the perfect gift for your college bound kid, or to a wife or husband to remind them of days gone by. Band t-shirts would be awesome!

Do the math, if you would like a larger size just add $5.00 per shirt.

Custom listing for Jacqui Spetrino

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: t shirts, batting
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 107 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people