T-Shirt Quilts

If you are a collector of T-shirts (or know someone else who is) I can make your t-shirts into a quilt.

A basic t-shirt quilt includes

  • Solid color backing fabric
  • Binding (the “frame”) in a solid color to match the backing fabric
  • Batting (the squishy inside) in either a poly/cotton blend or 100% cotton
  • Custom quilt design
  • Custom quilt creation (cutting, sewing etc)
  • Basic E2E long arm quilting design of your choice – see E2E Quilting Designs

Some items may incur additional charges

  • Special order threads (I have many choices on hand already)
  • Specialty fabric t-shirts (gymnastic leotards, wicking or slick materials etc)
  • Printed backing or binding fabric
  • Additional borders or sashing
  • “Show-blocks” (I can quilt your school or team logo or mascot into a square)
  • Higher density or custom designs quilting

Here are some basic ideas for quilt size, tshirt quantity & cost to get you started.   We will meet in person or talk in detail over the phone to determine your specific cost before starting.

Baseline T-shirt Quilt Cost

  • Throw #1

  • $250/quilt

  • 56x70
    inches
  • 20-30
    T-shirts
  • 14
    inch base block
  • Email me!
  • Throw #2

  • $275/quilt

  • 56x84
    inches
  • 24-34
    T-shirts
  • 14
    inch base block
  • Email me!
  • Twin

  • $350/quilt

  • 70x98
    inches
  • 35-45
    T-shirts
  • 14
    inch base block
  • Email me!
  • Full

  • $400/quilt

  • 84x98
    inches
  • 42-52
    T-shirts
  • 14
    inch base block
  • Email me!
  • Queen

  • $475/quilt

  • 98x98
    inches
  • 49-60
    T-shirts
  • 14
    inch base block
  • Email me!
  • King

  • $550/quilt

  • 98x112
    inches
  • 56-70
    T-shirts
  • 14
    inch base block
  • Email me!

Please email me to start discussing your t-shirt quilt today!  heather@scrapsbyheather.com

Not enough t-shirts?

Is a quilt too big for you?  We can also discuss pillows or a wall-hanging.

Too many t-shirts?

Do you want a twin size but you have double the shirts?   We can talk about a two sided quilt.  Rather than solid or print backing fabric we can put more t-shirts on the back.