T-Shirt Quilt Inquiry
Please answer the questions below to give me a sense of what you're looking for in your custom quilt. I will get back to you within 1 business day with a quote and answers to any questions you may have.
Some general things to note:
- All of my quilts are custom designed, which means that I don't have a set formula for how many shirts are needed for a quilt. Even if you have 1 shirt, I can still make a quilt for you. I would just use extra fabrics to fill it out to the size that you'd like. Take a look at some of the quilts I've done in the past to get a sense of how I use the shirts in each design.
- All designs are done on the computer. This serves as a pattern for me and a proof for you so that you can see what it will look like when it's finished. I do not cut anything until you approve the design.
- I can actually make a quilt pretty quickly (depending on the size, of course). So even if you need it in a week or so, let me know, and I can probably do a rush order for you. Obviously, the more time allowed, the better, especially around the holidays.
Your email address is only required so that I can respond to you. It will not be used in any other way.
Approximately how many shirts do you have for a quilt? Count shirts with a front and a back as two. "Other" could be a situation like where you have one main image to use, but then you'd like pieces cut from a few other shirts to be filler or a border.
What size would you like your quilt to be? Note that the price is driven by the number of images/panels/squares used, not necessarily by the size (a baby blanket with 25 images costs the same as a twin blanket with 25 images).
Baby blanket - typically about 3x3' or 4x4'
Throw - typically about 4x6' or 5x7'
I don't care, just use all of the shirts or whatever looks best.
What is your budget?
I don't care - please use all of my shirts
When do you need it by? If you have a specific date, please write it in under "other."
Any requests for border colors and backing colors/pattern/material? I typically use white or gray for the inner borders around the shirts, and then a solid border to coordinate with the shirts. For the back, I typically use fleece, but flannel is also a good option. I am open to other materials as well (including blankets or sheets you may have that you'd like for me to use).
Any other special requests? Items listed below are just some of the things I've done, but I love hearing new ideas and doing what I can to make them a reality!
Embroidery (names, dates, quotes, etc)
Photo image added (printed on fabric, not an iron on transfer)
Shirts on the front and the back of the quilt (no fleece backing)
Are you interested in having other things made with your shirts?
Any other questions, comments, concerns, ideas, etc?
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