T-shirt Quilts

Having completed a few, I find myself in the T-shirt/memory  quilt making business.  I would be happy to make a T-shirt/memory quilt if you are interested in a truly customized quilt and don't need it in a rush as it will take me several months minimum due to my other quilting and life commitments.  Customized means a non-conventional layout maximizing the number of logos and bits and pieces from your T-shirts (no one size block fits all).  I will take your T's and turn them into a one-of-a kind memento.  Please contact me via the "Contact No Rules Quilting" email button on the right side bar if this is something you are interested in pursuing.

In reverse chronological order:

Numbers 7, 8 & 9:

These three quilts were made for the daughter, son, and sister of a woman who passed away.  The daughter, Jessica, brought me about 20 garments for three quilts.  She wanted part of each garment in each quilt.  I did a detailed post outlining how I worked through these quilts - look for the Memory Quilts Deconstructed post or search memory quilts.  (Note: 20 garments is really not enough for 3 quilts, which is why there is a lot of the neutral gray in each quilt - I bought the gray, in consultation with Jessica, to "fill in the blanks".  More garments would have been better.)





Number 6:

This is for Ali's husband for their 20th Anniversary at the end of June 2019.  He's an avid kayaker, although not all the Ts relate to that sport.  I'm super happy with the way this one turned out.



















Number 5

Not exactly a T-shirt quilt, but a memory quilt nonetheless, this quilt is made with some Hawaiian dresses and one jersey knit dress that were favourites of Sharon's Mom.  This quilt will be for her birthday at the end of April.





I added some 3D flowers - something new for me!


Number 4: Desiree's concert T-shirts:





Number 3: A "Rock' N' Roll" T-shirt quilt.






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Number 2: Running T'shirts










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Number 1: High School and University Athletic Career T-shirts





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