Examples of T-Shirt Quilts I’ve done.

Here are a few of the t-shirt quilts I’ve done. I don’t have them all pictured, sadly, but here is what I do have available!

For tutorials on how to make a t-shirt quilt, click here! 

 

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This was my first t-shirt quilt. It was a college memory quilt. King Size.

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A race-car themed throw size quilt for my nephew.

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Here is the first t-shirt quilt before quilting, just the quilt top.

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The importance of correct measuring and sewing is seen to the top left of the grey Baylor square.

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My third or fourth finished tee shirt quilt. This one was fun. I am proud of it!

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This the quilt top of the tee shirt quilt, not finished.

I also completed a cancer memory quilt with pink sashing that was an oversize king. The one I am currently working on is a memory quilt for the same woman who asked for the grey k-state quilt.

Really, creating t-shirt quilts is fun. The whole process is a bit tedious but worth it.
The finished product is professional quilted.  I have to say, the finished result is worth it–seeing the reaction on the client’s face!  These quilts are not cheap quality and it is reflected in what I charge for them. Be prepared to pay a good amount for a good t-shirt quilt or any quilt in general. If the memories are worth it, the quilt is worth it.

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12 thoughts on “Examples of T-Shirt Quilts I’ve done.

      1. Robin McCluggage says:

        What do you use on the back of yours. I want really nice soft material but not flannel as my son would get too hot

  1. Jo Ann Lopez says:

    Hi. I was wondering how much you charge for lap throw size quilts. I have a bunch of tee shirts of my husbands. He was killed in a motorcycle accident and I thought about giving our children a lap throw made out of them – you know? I don’t know how many tee shirts I have; there’s a bunch. At any rate, I didn’t know the price of a lap throw. I didn’t see it anywhere in your price listing. Thank you. Jo Ann

    1. laece says:

      Hi Jo Ann, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. What a touching gift for your children! A smaller lap quilt would be less than a twin. Thank you!

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