These are my most straight forward quilt products. Select the t-shirts you want and find the size you need.
Great for watching TV, this quilt uses just 9 t-shirt graphics and no sashing; always a double border. Approximately 50" square.
Just a little bit larger, this 9 t-shirt quilt includes a technique we call sashing-fabric separating the t-shirts. It's a design thing. Approximately 52" square.
A great Dorm quilt, this uses 12 t-shirt graphics and no sashing; double border. Approximately 50"x64" (just short of a twin bed)
This Dorm favorite quilt uses 12 t-shirt graphics, with sashing, and comes in at approximately 52"x67".
Using 16 t-shirt graphics, this quilt is square and with no sashing., double border. Approximately 64" square (a good double/full bed size coverlet size).
Adding the sashing makes each quilt just a little bet larger but creates a different look. A very personal decision. This 16 t-shirt graphic quilt is approximately 67" square (a good double/full size bed coverlet size).
Using a 4x5 layout, this 20 t-shirt graphic quilt has no sashing and a double border. Approximately 64"x78" (a good queen size coverlet size).
Sticking with a 4x5 layout with 20 t-shirt graphics and the addition of sashing, this quilt is approximately 67"x78" (queen size coverlet).
This is a popular quilt using 25 t-shirt graphics, no sashing and always a double border. Approximately 78" square (great queen size or king coverlet size).
This is our largest t-shirt quilt using 25 graphics, sashing and a double border. Approximately 82" square (queen or king size).
For lack of a better title, I call this a Puzzle Quilt because I will fit as many graphics into the quilt design as possible, 'puzziling' them together in a orderly fashion. This quilt can come with or without sashing. It is price variable based on the finished size and the number of t-shirts used. Not uncommon to use over 50 t-shirts in this design.
Beyond the t-shirt. Creating a memory quilt with clothing of any type.
The clam shell is an age old pattern but I give it a modern twist with this pattern from Latifah Saafir.
A wonderful pattern from Missouri Star, this color play quilt is even more engaging in person.
Incorporate photographs into your quilt!
This particular quilt was also a signature quilt, deisgned with space for personal messages from loved ones.
A lifetime of achievement comes in many forms...leotards in this case. This star gymast can look back at all the years and over 200 leotards worn along the way to success.
Horse Riding Ribbons. Commemorated in a bed scarf and pillow. Ribbons are awarded for many events in life. If you have a lifetime of winning, let's honor it.
Make those throw pillows really personal by creating a one-of-a-kind memory pillow. Clothing of all kinds can be made into wonderful throw pillows for the rooms in your life.
Wrap the baby in your life in warmth and love.
This whimsical quilt in pink petals of love showcases a more modern look. Done in applique with a custom sketch style of free motion quilting.
In the '30's + 40's, this pattern of yo-yo quilts was popular. I've honored the tradition with this red, white and blue baby quilt made with love for a Naval family.
A theme nursery deserves a theme quilt. This Blue Pony quilt reflected an original painting showcased in a nursery.
In this traditional with a twist quilt, a great grandmother was honored as we used some of her favorite things
A charming pinwheel quilt still evokes a grandmothers memory through color choices.
Babies grow up but you can preserve those precious moments with a quilt put together of all those memorable baby clothes...stains, hats, burpee cloths and all!