You have loads of T-shirts that you no longer wear but still, you hesitate to throw them away? No worries. Having T-shirt quilts is an amazing way to keep beautiful memories of those shirts and at the same time, still enjoy them in a different way. These are the best places you can get a perfect T-shirt quilt exactly as your expectations!
After all, recycling and living a green life is not so difficult!
Project Repat tee shirt blankets are made in the USA, and the PolarTec fleece backings are crafted out of recycled plastic bottles. It’s important to note that they are not stitched throughout like quilts; they are blankets. Project Repat takes pride in creating a meaningful product for their customers, making a social impact by manufacturing their goods in the United States and having a minimal carbon impact by using recycled materials.
Keepsake Theme Quilts was established in 1998, and their tee shirt quilts are made out of 100% cotton, fleece or flannel fabrics. Their social mission is to hire, train and promote Deaf and hard of hearing individuals in a work environment free from communication barriers.
Campus Quilt Company is praised by customers for professionalism, frequent updates throughout the quilting process, quality and quick turnaround. They don’t simply sew your shirts together or tack the corners to a backing. Campus Quilting Company uses long-arm quilting machines to stitch a pattern throughout the entire quilt which makes it more durable and less prone to stretching or distorting.
The Quilt Loft constructs their tee shirt quilts with high loft batting which means there is a layer of insulation between the front and back of the quilt. They also stitch a pattern throughout the entire quilt rather than simply tacking the corners. This makes the quilt more durable and much warmer.
Custom Memory Quilts not only creates tee shirt quilts but also offers memory pillows and teddy bears as well as photo quilts and quilt hangers. They’ve also won several local quilting awards. There are lots of photos on their website. Check it out.