We Have a Solution – Make a T-shirt Quilt
T-shirts. Everyone has them.
Perhaps the favorites, all worn and well loved, are hidden away in an overstuffed dresser drawer. Perhaps your collection of vacation t-shirts are overflowing in the closet.
Maybe you have saved your student’s shirts from high school events or you have a vast collection of concert t-shirts, work-related events, team sports….the list goes on! So many shirts, not enough time to wear them all!
How can you keep them forever?
3 Simple Steps to Keeping Your Shirts Forever
At The Quilt Rambler studio, we specialize in the quality manufacture of what is known as T-shirt quilts. You provide the clothing, we provide the quilt!
Step One – Sort Through Your Shirts for Your T-Shirt Quilt
Your t-shirt collection tells your story…
Do you want to showcase a specific collection of shirts such as high school, vacation shirts, or your prized Harley Davidson T-shirts? Or do you want the theme to be “This is My Life” and include all your favorites?
Step one is to simply sort through and pick out your favorite shirts.
Step Two – Wash Your Shirts
We understand stains and worn spots, that’s just part of the story of your quilt. But do give them a quick freshening up by washing them. Please do not use a dryer sheet or fabric softener.
Step two is to wash the shirts without fabric softener or dryer sheets.
Step Three – Box Them Up and Send to The Quilt Rambler
What could be simpler? Contact us for the shipping address and instructions.
Step three is ship your collection to The Quilt Rambler
It Really Is That Simple! 3 Easy Steps To Keep Your Favorite T-Shirts Forever as a T-Shirt Quilt
In a few short weeks, we will turn your t-shirts into an heirloom that can be used and loved for a lifetime.
More details can be found here on our website.
Or simply fill out the contact form with any questions.
This is Karen Overton, The Quilt Rambler, Telling YOUR Story One Quilt at a Time
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