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!
This was my first t-shirt quilt. It was a college memory quilt. King Size.
A race-car themed throw size quilt for my nephew.
Here is the first t-shirt quilt before quilting, just the quilt top.
The importance of correct measuring and sewing is seen to the top left of the grey Baylor square.
My third or fourth finished tee shirt quilt. This one was fun. I am proud of it!
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.