Tame those tees! How to make a t-shirt memory quilt (+ giveaway)

The T-shirt: it’s a classic American collectible. Most everyone owns a stack of tees they can’t bear to part with. And why would we? So often, the logos and images on t-shirts capture events or times in our lives that are precious to us. T-shirts are filled with memories!

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So we beg you—DON’T say goodbye to the stack of t-shirts that you, your family, or your friends own. Instead, pick up the new book Terrific T-Shirt Quilts, pair it with your sewing skills, and create a cuddly keepsake!
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Too Precious to Pitch t-shirt quilt

In Terrific T-Shirt Quilts, you’ll first learn tricks for taming t-shirt fabrics, from cutting motifs and sewing knits to choosing interfacings and stabilizers.
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Then, you’ll transform tees celebrating sports, vacation spots, concerts, fundraisers—even children’s onesies, bibs, and jammies—into cute quilted mementos that friends and family will adore. And thank you for!
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Winning Combination t-shirt quilt

Terrific T-Shirt QuiltsSo far, two Martingale staffers have made t-shirt quilts using the instructions in Terrific T-Shirt Quilts. We asked them to share their terrific-tee sewing experience with us. Here’s what customer-service representative Sheila said about her quilt, which turned out so terrific that it was chosen to grace the cover of the book!

“One day a while back, when Terrific T-Shirt Quilts was still a ‘book to be,’ I was asked by our acquisitions editor if I’d ever made a t-shirt quilt. My answer was, “Uh, no, why?”

“Would you like to?” she asked.

I thought about it for a minute and answered, “Sure, why not!”
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Sheila’s Tween Dreams quilt

Today I can tell you that I’m glad I said yes. The tips and techniques in the book are wonderful. I’d never even attempted to design a quilt, much less a quilt mixing stretchy cotton knits and woven quilting cottons. The tips on stabilizing the t-shirt fabrics worked perfectly—no ripples, waves, or tears.

My first challenge was figuring out which t-shirts to use. Who in our house would be willing to allow me to use their t-shirts in a quilt? My daughter was the lucky winner. I only had to negotiate for a few t-shirts that she thought she might want to keep wearing; the others didn’t fit any longer.
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Sheila with her Tween Dreams t-shirt quilt

I ended up going with a ‘t-shirts and jeans’ theme, which allowed for a wide variety of t-shirt motifs. I enjoyed the whole process, from choosing fabrics to use with the t-shirts to figuring out the layout and seeing it all come together. Would I make another? You bet!

If you’ve ever wondered if you could make your own one-of-a-kind t-shirt quilt—you can! Grab a copy of Terrific T-Shirt Quilts for inspiration and guidance, gather your collection of t-shirts, and dive in!”

Here’s what Publisher and Chief Visionary Officer Jennifer Keltner had to say about her experience with Terrific T-Shirt Quilts:

“I’m a quilter, not a knitter. In fact, I tell people my knitting is so bad, I can only serve as a bad example in class. So what’s a non-knitter to do when she wants a hand-knitted item? Trade with a buddy, of course! I made a t-shirt quilt for a knitter while she knit something for me in return.
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Jennifer’s t-shirt quilt for her knitting friend, made with a scrappy assortment of Bonnie & Camille prints from Moda.

Detail-of-Jennifers-t-shirt-quiltCotton prints and knit tees aren’t my usual quilting combo, so I was happy to have a refresher course in keeping things smooth and not-so-stretchy as I joined pieces. Pages 5 to 11 in Terrific T-Shirt Quilts are chock full of tips and tricks for doing just that. Easy to follow, and spot-on in the advice given, it made piecing my version of the Too Precious to Pitch pattern a cinch to sew. In fact, I was surprised by how easily it came together, even with the occasional odd-ball size t-shirt logo in the mix. Though it was only the second time I’ve sewed a quilt with t-shirts, I wouldn’t hesitate to try any of the quilts in the book. Armed with the necessary details from the front of the book, I’m tee-riffic at t-shirt quilts now!”

Well said, Jennifer! Anyone can learn how to make a t-shirt memory quilt—customized to any collection of tees, no less—when prepared with the step-by-step strategies in Terrific T-Shirt Quilts.

A third Martingale staffer, content director Karen Soltys, is getting her first t-shirt quilt underway. Here are some of the tees she’ll be featuring:
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Karen’s been saving tees from 5K events she’s participated in—her quilt is sure to cross the finish line a winner!

Who would you make a terrific t-shirt quilt for—a child, a family member, a friend? Tell us in the comments and you could win a copy of the Terrific T-Shirt Quilts eBook! We’ll choose a random winner one week from today and let you know by email if you win.

Buy-it-NowWant to start cutting into that t-shirt stash today? You can buy the book ($18.99 with free eBook) or the eBook ($13.99) at ShopMartingale.com right now.

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Thanks to all who entered the drawing! The winner is Gail, who says:

“I would love to learn how to make these T-shirt quilts for my grandchildren to highlight their favorite T-shirts.”

Gail, we’ll email you about your prize. Congratulations!


231 Comments

  • I’m actually going to start my first ever t-shirt quilt in a few weeks – a friend asked me to do it for her. I’m extremely nervous so it would be great to have this book to follow along.

    —Sharon on March 23, 2016
  • I was recently gifted a stash of t-shirts that my grandma had saved which belonged to my late uncle. These t-shirts survived a house fire, and are some of the last tangible items my grandma has of my uncle’s, yet she gifted them to me with the sole intent that I make a t-shirt quilt with them, for myself to keep. She wants them used and loved, and I plan to honor that.

    I’m an experienced quilter, but have never worked with t-shirts….I hope I win the book, but if not, it’s on the Must Buy List for sure. Perfect timing!

    The Reader on March 23, 2016
  • I’d like to make a t-shirt quilt for my husband. He’s a runner and has lots of t-shirts from races he’s entered. This book looks like it would be a great way to make one. Thanks for the chance to win a copy!

    —Deb G. in VA on March 23, 2016
  • Why only make only one?! I would love to create t-shirt quilts for my four grandchildren. Three are teenagers and the fourth will soon be one, too, and a T-shirt quilt would be the perfect gift!

    —Linda B on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a tshirt quilt for my husband.

    Lisa Garrett on March 23, 2016
  • I recently made my first t-shirt quilt for my niece and wish I had had this book I think I need to get this book before I attempt my second one for my sister.

    —Rina on March 23, 2016
  • I made a t-shirt quilt for my brother-in-law as a surprise, he grew up in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and now lives in Las Vegas, so we went to thrift stores up near his home town and near my home to find some shirts that might have some type of meaning. I put it into a quillow for him, and shipped it off. He LOVED it, it was fun to make as well. I’m planning on making one for my husband and daughter.

    I had to laugh at the Lutheran High North quilt, that’s in my neck of the woods as as matter of fact I almost went there for High School back in the day.

    —Lara on March 23, 2016
  • I have made 2 t-shirt quilts for each of my daughters. I used their t-shirts from their activities and sports in high school. For my youngest daughter, I made her a two sided t-shirt quilt. One side had her sports et-shirts, the other side had her band t-shirts. Had to hand quilt it but it turned out pretty neat and she absolutely loves it. Have many more t-shirts to be used so winning the book would be a great inspiration to use those shirts up.

    —Ruth Pratt on March 23, 2016
  • I would have to draw a name as my husband and three daughters all want a quilt made from T-shirts.

    —Laura on March 23, 2016
  • My family plays softball, so we have many softball t-shirts to be made into a quilt.

    —Angie Little on March 23, 2016
  • I have t-shirts from my son’s childhood/teen years. I’d love to make him a quilt from them and this book would be terrific! Thanks for the chance to win it.

    —Sue H on March 23, 2016
  • I would make for my daughter who will be graduating in May from college as a Music Education Major. She has known since 2nd grade that she wanted to be a Music teacher. I have many of her t shirts from her journey in fulfilling her dream. It would be a perfect lifelong memory for her to cherish

    —Tamara Eaker on March 23, 2016
  • I would love to get this book to help with making a tee shirt quilt!

    —Nancy Ballard on March 23, 2016
  • T-shirt quilts are the greatest for preserving memories of those Little League baseball games and children’s activities to remember as they grow up. A child can never have too many quilts and this is a great way to remember what they have participated in. Thank you!

    —TeresaJoan on March 23, 2016
  • Looks like a lot of great ideas in the book. I’d love to win a copy.

    —Janice McLaren on March 23, 2016
  • My daughter-in-law just recently gave me a box full of t-shirts to make a quilt with in time for my son’s September birthday. This book would sure come in handy while planning what to do to make the quilt since I’ve never made a t-shirt quilt before. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

    —Debby on March 23, 2016
  • I have made a few T-shirt quilts, and I wouldn’t make another unless for a very close family member or a very very special friend! If I am going to make anymore I’ll need this book., for sure!

    —Marianne on March 23, 2016
  • I would love to make a t-shirt quilt out of all the t-shirts I have saved that belonged to my kids. You know those ones that have special meaning because of where they came from or who. I have enough that I could make one for each of us in the house, and there are four of us. I’ve wanted to do one of these for awhile but have been afraid to.

    —Jennifer Kinney on March 23, 2016
  • I’ve been saving and saving my boys’ T shirts for years. I am not quite sure how to put them together in a quilt. I NEED to win this book to clean out my sewing space! Fingers crossed.

    —Claire on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a t-shirt quilt for myself. I have saved many t-shirts from significant events and need inspiration to get started.

    —Betty on March 23, 2016
  • Id make one for my teenage daughter. She has quite a pile of neon shirts from races she has competed in.

    —Sarah Austin on March 23, 2016
  • I would make one for my daughter using t-shirts from ones outgrown from her three boys. It would be a quilt with wonderful memories.

    —Catherine C on March 23, 2016
  • I would have to make two…one for my husband who was just diagnosed with cancer and he has lots of fishing t shirts that would make him soo happy, and one for my son who is a United States Marine..he’s been in 3 years and as a small boy always dreamed of becoming a Marine so he has lots of military t shirts that would make an awesome memory for him..

    —Tiffanee Noack on March 23, 2016
  • When my son passed away last year, one of the first things I did was set aside his favorite T’s with hopes I would someday soon make quilts of them.. I wanted to make one for his sister and brother as well as 2 of his friends, something they would have forever to remember him by.. This book would be of great help in my endeavor! Win or lose I’ll definitely be buying this book!

    —Cindy M on March 23, 2016
  • I would make one for a new baby. I think the baby quilts and the sayings on their onesies are so cute.

    —Kristine R on March 23, 2016
  • I would make one for myself – I only wish I would have kept all my concert tshirts from when I was yonger

    —Kathy Luehrs on March 23, 2016
  • The principal at my school is retiring and we want to make a quilt out of the school t-shirts over the years. I’ve never made a t-shirt quilt before and this book sounds like just what we need. Hope to win!

    —Pamela Wright on March 23, 2016
  • I have piles of t-shirts in my sewing room that both my daughter and my son are reluctant to permanently part with. My daughter especially wants a quilt made out of hers but I’ve been struggling to know how to start. I would love some guidance!

    —Margot Nowicke on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a quilt for my husband with all his Life Blood tees.

    —Kathy on March 23, 2016
  • I’ve been asked to make a T-shirt quilt for a family member and I’ve never done one before. This book would be amazing to have since I could use some help.

    —kraftykc on March 23, 2016
  • I would love to make a tshirt quilt sometime. My drawers are overflowing, but I can’t seem to make myself get rid of any. Plus we have shirts we decorated for family vacations for a few years sitting in a closet.

    —Patrice Hartung on March 23, 2016
  • I have a stack of T-shirts that my husband gave me that he wants me to make a t shirt quilt from. I just look at them and my heart starts to race what if I mess it up? I would love to win a copy to help with that terror.

    Colette on March 23, 2016
  • I am currently making a tshirt quilt for a friend. Her father passed away this past October from a cancerous brain tumor at 63. Her mom has her dad’s favorite tshirts and can’t part with them. So I told her I would take them and put them together in a quilt for her. I am still in the "thinking" stages of how to put it together. I want it to be a perfect gift for her mom and family so they can cherish the memories associated with him and the tshirts he wore. I would love to have this book to help me. Thanks for the chance to win it!!

    —Sandy N. on March 23, 2016
  • I had one made for my son who is a CSM in the army, we used all his military t-shirts. I wish I could show you the quilt it came out fantastic. Now, his wife who is a 1st Sargent wants me to make hers. I think the book would be a big help. Happy Easter everyone!

    —Susan on March 23, 2016
  • I would like to make a t-shirt quilt for my friend which has a quite an array of t-shirts to choose from.

    —Marthese on March 23, 2016
  • My granddaughter is counting on me to make her a t-shirt quilt from her band shirts.

    —Marsha on March 23, 2016
  • i have made 2 t-shirt quilts now one was kinda boring…lol But the other one was kinda like these…It was in quiltmaker nov.dec.2015 magazine….I love the quilt like look and it also made it fun…Ty for cool giveaway….. happyness04431@yahoo.com

    Anna Lutz-Brown on March 23, 2016
  • One for each of my kids (4) and grandkids (2)!!

    Marsha Ransom on March 23, 2016
  • I have made three tee shirt quilts. Two were for grandsons and the other was for my daughter in laws nephew. My daughter in laws sister died unexpectedly and I made a quilt out of her tee shirts, sweatshirts, regular silky blouses and even the baseball hats she wore. I used the part of the hat that was embroidered and just stabilized everything. All the quilts have really turned out as great memory quilts.

    —Barbara on March 23, 2016
  • I would really like to make a T-shirt quilt but have always been nervous about working with the stretchy fabric. I would love to learn the technique to make a beautiful t-shirt quilt. This would be a good project to make for my granddaughters.

    —Pat Bumelis on March 23, 2016
  • My husband likes to wear t-shirts with dogs on them – the breads that we own. I want to make a quilt of his shirts. I’ve been squirting some of them away. I’ve also got some fabric with dog bones and dog paws to use as the washing and borders.
    For me, I’d like to make a quilt of my super bowl champion Denver Broncos t-shirts.

    —Collette Morton on March 23, 2016
  • OMG! This book was made for me so I can finally put the 40+ Tee shirts I coolected from our trips around the world into an everday memory on my bed. My fears of not knowing where to start will be put to rest with this book!!! Hope I win!

    —Susan on March 23, 2016
  • I would like to make a T-shirt quilt for myself using all of the cute shirts my darling boys used to wear as babies and toddlers!

    —Cathy on March 23, 2016
  • I’ve made 3 t-shirt quilts and was asked a couple of days ago if I would make another. This book is full of great ideas and I would love to have a copy. Thanks for the chance.

    —Roberta on March 23, 2016
  • I’d make a t-shirt quilt for my grandson Oliver. He has the coolest shirts!

    —theresa sheldon on March 23, 2016
  • Probably a family member would be the recipient of a T-shirt made by me. The trick might be getting them to give up their favorite shirts.
    🙂

    —Carol Sc on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a t-shirt quilt for a friend who is in remission from breast cancer. She’s collected many cancer t-shirts and I’m sure she’d love to have a quilt made from them. Such a great reminder of the love she’s received through her many ordeals.

    —Kathy E. on March 23, 2016
  • I have wanted to make a T-Shirt quilt for a very long time, but have been afraid to try! This book would help me to finally DO IT! The examples are the best I have ever seen. Please pick me to win 🙂

    —Rose on March 23, 2016
  • I’ve made several tee shirt quilts and have 2 more on my list. I love the way these have been put together.

    —MaryBeth on March 23, 2016
  • I would make one for a friend.

    —Diane on March 23, 2016
  • I have been collecting breast cancer t-shirts from my friends and family for a while now, but have been afraid to get started – I don’t want to mess it up! My sister had breast cancer on both sides at 34yo, and I have been part of The Sister Study – sisters of women with breast cancer for genetic and environmental causes- for more than 10yrs.

    —Leslie B. on March 23, 2016
  • I have 6 grandchildren and 5 great grands. I hope to make each a T-shirt quilt with their shirts they no longer can wear. Hope I am lucky enough to win this book. Thanks.

    —Jane Thomas on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a t-shirt quilt for my 9 year old grandson. How many t-shirts can you use???

    Hi Jeanmarie, how many tees you use is entirely up to you! Click the cover of the book above, go to the product page, and browse through the gallery of projects – you’ll find that a wide variety of t-shirts are used from quilt to quilt. Thanks for your question! –Jenny

    —Jeanmarie Kollenkark on March 23, 2016
  • I would love to make a t-shirt quilt for a friend.

    —Donna on March 23, 2016
  • Will this book help me help a friend make a quilt that she has already cut the logos from? They are all different sizes now.
    Thank you for helping make a hard task easier. None of them have been stabilized.
    Judy

    Hi Judy, the short answer is yes–there’s a section in the book called "Assembling the Quilt" that includes strategies for working with t-shirt motifs of different sizes. Sashing and "coping" strips will help with any layout. Thanks for your question! –Jenny

    —Judy on March 23, 2016
  • I have the t-shirts all pulled together for both of my daughters. They have baby clothes and favorite shirts that they want to have made into quilts so they have something familiar to cuddle under while watching tv.
    Then I have plans to make a picnic blanket from old jeans from everyone in the family. I really need to find the time to get these projects going, and free up some space in my sewing room.

    —April Spolnicki on March 23, 2016
  • I’d love to make a t-shirt quilt for my son, BUT he won’t part with them, no matter how old the shirts are. They just sit in his closet. Unfortunately, the closet still has room.

    kate on March 23, 2016
  • Yes, I plan on making a tee shirt quilt for myself;since I "live" in tee shirts I about have enough to start! lol I was commissioned to make the "top" for someone, but they sandwiched it and quilted it on their longarm. I turned out beautiful!!

    —LoAnn on March 23, 2016
  • I have 4 grandsons and this would be perfect for their Tees. I made one along time ago for a friend who lost her son in and accident. I flew by the seat of my pants in making it, it turned out OK but to have some tips and ideas would have been so helpful. Thanks for a chance to win a copy

    —Bev on March 23, 2016
  • My husband has played on softball teams for over 30 years. As the teams get new sponsors – and new jerseys – I quietly stash the old one to make a special quilt. Perfect timing!

    —Cathy on March 23, 2016
  • I would love to make a T-Shirt quilt for a friend’s husband…I think she feels that it is too much of an imposition, but he was a star athlete, and his shirts are just in a bag in the basement. Maybe I should just teach her to quilt if I win the e-book!

    Gail G on March 23, 2016
  • I have always wanted to make a T-shirt quilt. I have a nephew who has a lot of t-shirts he doesn’t want to get rid of (but my sister does). This would be perfect. I need to win the book though to know how to go about it.

    —Susan on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a t-shirt quilt for my husband. He has some wonderful motorcycle shirts.

    —Suzanne on March 23, 2016
  • I would make one for my husband; he’s a truck driver, away from home for long stretches and sleeps in the truck. Thanks for another great giveaway!!

    —Dawn Hollingsworth on March 23, 2016
  • I’ve been quilting for many years, but never a tee shirt quilt. My daughter asked if I would consider making one for our oldest grandson.. I said "sure" then ended up with a bag of shirts of his, his wifes and her sister! From none to three with no experience! I’ve stalled off all winter and now feel the pressure to get going. Could sure use the help of the new book!!!

    —Jean P. on March 23, 2016
  • As I don’t really have any family members who have a supply of t-shirts I could use, I guess I would make one for me. I’d use all the old t-shirts I don’t wear anymore that I’ve collected over the years of all the places we’ve visited. Good way to enjoy the memories of some great trips!

    —carol gearey on March 23, 2016
  • When my brother and I were young adults we did a fair bit of travelling together, and collected t-shirts and sweatshirts, as we went. It would be fun to make each of us a quilt from our memories of travel.

    —Edith Gorzo on March 23, 2016
  • My grandkids have been saving their T-shirts in the hopes that I will make them a quilt. For some reason, I’ve been leery of starting this project. Thanks for the opportunity

    —Rochelle Summers on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a T-Shirt quilt for my Granddaughter out of her "hard rock" t-shirts. Unfortunately the t shirts would all be dark (black) but would need to have brright colored binding

    —Mary Lou on March 23, 2016
  • Been wanting to make a quilt just like this for my sister. CJ has been working with the Boy Scouts since her son was a cub. Just a couple of years ago, ha ha. She has enough t’s could probably make 2 or 3- so each of her kids could have one to remember her years of scouting. Thanks for this chance to see other ways and material to use and get this done.

    Martha Hood on March 23, 2016
  • DH and I met many years ago through a sports car club. We were young and had a "summer fling," but I went away to college and we lost touch with each other. 34 years later we reconnected and have been blissfully married for several years now. We both have boxes of old car- and racing-related tees that would make a fabulous memory quilt of our days together, then and now.

    —Sydnie Wauson on March 23, 2016
  • I have saved my husband’s music based tees he would love a quilt made from these.

    —Stamplady007 on March 23, 2016
  • I’ve saved some t shirts for a project like this!

    —amy on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a LONG overdue quilt for my husband! I’ve got a box of tshirts saved from his coaching days when our girls played softball, but I’ve been leery of cutting them up and how to do this kind of quilt. This book would be a wonderful help!

    —Aggiequilter on March 23, 2016
  • My granddaughter who graduates next year.

    —Ann R on March 23, 2016
  • I have plenty of t-shirts at home. Some are too small for my children but they would like to keep them. This book is a good resource for using these t-shirts to make memory quilts .

    Sandra on March 23, 2016
  • I have a stack of softball t-shirts just waiting for a t-shirt quilt…lovely memories from the time she was 5 years old playing tee-ball. Of course, the white one was the year she started sliding, so it has a few memory stains! She has been asking for a quilt from them for about 2 years now. I absolutely hate sewing tee-shirt fabrics so I’ve been putting it off. I’d love to get it started for her.

    —Kathi Ernst on March 23, 2016
  • I actually have a stack of tshirts that I have been planning on making a quilt with, but I just don’t know how to do it, and I am afraid of ruining the shirts, and the memories contained therein. This book would be a gem to have, so I can take that bin of shirts, and turn them into something useful!

    —Kathie R on March 23, 2016
  • I have made other t-shirt quilts but was given some solid shirts to make quilts for nieces and nephews. I’m to mix them with novelty fabrics and it looks like there might be some great ideas in the book to try!

    —Maureen K. on March 23, 2016
  • I have a nearly 30-year collection of t-shirts from martial arts events that I would love to turn into a memory quilt, but I’m not quite sure how to start it. I would love one of these books to help me learn.

    —Karen on March 23, 2016
  • I would love to surprise my dear husband with a quilt made from the t-shirts he has acquired over the 50 years we have been married!

    —Katherine K Morvay on March 23, 2016
  • I have a garbage bag full of t-shirts from my daughter who is a runner. I would love a book with directions and ideas of how to create the perfect memory quilt for her!

    —Jackie Gregg on March 23, 2016
  • I would make this quilt for my husband. He loves his tee shirts and many of them are stained or with holes. It would be. Great to transform the shirts into a quilt!

    —Linda on March 23, 2016
  • I would make my adult children quilts from their high school and camp t-shirts. I would love to win to read how to make the quilts. Thank you for the opportunity!

    —Sheila Fernkopf on March 23, 2016
  • I’ve saved all Mama’s t-shirts & her colorful cotton mumus to make quilts for my 3 sisters and me as remembrances of her.

    —Amy Cofer on March 23, 2016
  • I’ve got many tshirts saved from my best friend and I – I would love to make her a quilt!

    alianora on March 23, 2016
  • My son passed away unexpectedly 3 years ago and I would like to use his shirts to make a quilt for his father. It would be such a wonderful keepsake for his dad.

    —Donna on March 23, 2016
  • My husband has quite a collection of t-shirts from races that he ran that I would love to use to make a quilt for him. Also, my children have a collection of shirts. Since my granddaughter started quilting some, she has been giving me shirts to save for a quilt for her. So, I would love a book that would help me get started on this journey.

    —Deborah on March 23, 2016
  • I’d make a quilt for my son from his soccer tees; he now has sons of his own.

    betty nelson on March 23, 2016
  • i have a stack of t-shirts waiting for just this purpose, but really wanted to try a different layout, looks like this book gives a lot of unique options!

    —marybeth on March 23, 2016
  • I would make one for my Husband. He would love it!

    —Kathy Timmons on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a terrific t-shirt quilt for my husbeast! He has amassed quite the collection of band / concert / music t-shirts over the years, and it would be awesome to forever remember them by using them in a t-shirt quilt.

    —Kimberly on March 23, 2016
  • My grandson has many t-shirts from playing various sports. I was asked to make a quilt, but have been hesitant as I don’t want to mess it up. This book sounds just the ticket for getting it right!

    —Kay on March 23, 2016
  • I would find this book very helpful. I have a granddaughter who is a very active high school junior. She would like me to make her a t-shirt quilt after she graduates. I’ve never made one before, and need help!

    Jeri

    —Jeri on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a t-shirt quilt for my niece Emily

    —Pam on March 23, 2016
  • I have so many t-shirts and have given so many away but a t-shirt quilt has always been in the back of my mind. I would like to make one for a friend of mine. She has several NICU shirts of support from the time her daughter spent there. It would be a great gift.

    —Mary D on March 23, 2016
  • I would make one for my daughter, but have not had the courage to start. This book would really help!

    —Bea on March 23, 2016
  • I would make one for my son. He has a lot of tshirts with funny sayings I would use.

    —Diana Salmon on March 23, 2016
  • I have yet to make anything for me, so I think I would do a t-shirt quilt with all the baby clothes that I just can’t part with. A keepsake for me from when my boys were just little.

    —Lindsay on March 23, 2016
  • Our oldest grandson graduates from high school this spring-a t-shirt quilt would be a terrific gift for him! Thanks for the opportunity to win this great book!

    —Pam on March 23, 2016
  • I would make one for my niece, she has so many great shirts, but she’s growing out of them, so it would be fun to use them again!

    Judy L on March 23, 2016
  • This book is so long overdue. I would love to make a t-shirt quilt for my grandson. He has some really cute t-shirts, and he is not yet 1 year old.

    —Bridget on March 23, 2016
  • I’ll be making a t-shirt quilt for my daughter…although she probably has enough shirts saved for 5…the ideas in this book will prove to be very useful.Thank you for the chance to win a copy.

    —Kathy O in GA on March 23, 2016
  • I would love to learn how to make these T shirt quilts for my grandchildren to highlight their favorite T shirts.

    —Gail B on March 23, 2016
  • I’ve been thinking I should make a t-shirt quilt for my granddaughter who is a swimmer. She gets a t-shirt at almost every swimming event. What fun that would be. Terrific T-Shirt Quilts would certainly be the book for me since I’ve never made a t-shirt quilt.

    —Virginia in AK on March 23, 2016
  • I would start by making a quilt for my oldest daughter. The T-shirts have been waiting and waiting for me to make them into a quilt!

    —Mary O. on March 23, 2016
  • I have T-shirts in the waiting for my daughter and her husband to make into a few quilts. The book would be a great inspiration. A lot of them are from their college days.

    —Rita S on March 23, 2016
  • I’d love to get my hands on thus book to build confidence on make T-shirt quilts for both my son & daughter. When they went off to college they couldn’t take all of their t-shirts with them. I’ve recently found their stash and want to surprise them each with a quilt.

    —Linda W on March 23, 2016
  • I would most likely make two quilts. One for my daughter who participates in Heart walks, blood drives and does a lot of volunteer work where they receive a T shirt for their time and effort. The other daughter does a lot of 5K and half marathons and also gets a T shirt for participating. They would both love a quilt made with their collections as they don’t normally wear them after the events are over. I have even saved some of their shirts from when they were in elementary school and would love to incorporate them into the quilts for a memory from the past.

    —debra lee on March 23, 2016
  • My two sons!

    —Teresa B on March 23, 2016
  • I would make these awesome quilts for me and my friends using our sorority shirts!!! I have a stack that I have been saving for just this! These quilts are such a great way for us to remember all the wonderful times we had together in college. Sigma Sigma Sigma has my heart!!

    —Candace Turner on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a T-shirt quilt for my husband from old computer-funny shirts and robot patchwork.

    —Lynne on March 23, 2016
  • My daughter! She would like her college t-shirts made into a quilt, but we haven’t had the time to pursue this. Seeing the quilts in this book would be inspiring!

    —Darlene B on March 23, 2016
  • I have been saving some old college t-shirts for some time in hopes of someday making a quilt from them. This book looks like it has a lot of creative layouts and that really appeals to me. Once I’ve made one for myself, I have six great-nieces and nephews for whom I would gladly make t-shirt quilts.

    —Emily Batista on March 23, 2016
  • I made one for my brother, a secret gift from his wife. It took me 2 hours to START cutting them…it made me nervous. But eveyone was happy with it. I called it Punk Rock Circus made with black red and white large polka dots fabric. Definitely want to make another one.

    —Melody Lutz on March 23, 2016
  • I’d make a t-shirt quilt for ME!!! My kids seem to have no interest in having me make one for them so I’d make it for ME out of their t-shirts to remember all the events we attended together, the cheering we did, the wins and losses, the personal bests!

    —Janice on March 23, 2016
  • Oh yes – definitely something that my son needs. The book would be a great help to me in getting that done!

    —Marilyn on March 23, 2016
  • I have a younger friend that is looking for someone to make a T shirt quilt and I keep assaying NO, maybe I could do it with help from this book. Thanks. Kathy in Colo ps then my grandchildren would want some too–I may have gotten into a new type of quilting projects!

    —kathy pfaltzgraff on March 23, 2016
  • Have not made one but would like to try.

    —Sonia on March 23, 2016
  • The designs in the book are so much more interesting than the average T-shirt quilt. I’m inspired to try a quilt, using some very old high school cross-country shirts my daughter doesn’t even know I saved.

    —Dot on March 23, 2016
  • I have made two t-shirt quilts, one for my son and one for my daughter. It was fun choosing the shirts from the stacks of t-shirts they gave me to work with. I never took a photo of my son’s which I made over 20 years ago, but I do have some I made for my daughter just last year. If you would like to have a peek, let me know, I’d be happy to email to you.

    —Barbara on March 23, 2016
  • My youngest daughter is turning 25 next month, she has been in dance classes since she was 2 and a half years old. She has many dance t-shirts saved for a t-shirt quilt. I have been planning on starting this but am afraid of ruining them. A book such as this is where I need to start.

    —Susan on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a t shirt for me! Bought, planning for one, on our trip to Europe!

    —Shelor on March 23, 2016
  • I have three of these quilts to make for my three adult children. I have been holding on to their shirts for way too long … and have moved them with me one (or three) too many times. This would certainly be a great book to have on hand for ideas on how to put them all together.

    —Karen L. on March 23, 2016
  • I would make one for my husband.

    —Cindy on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a t shirt quilt for each of my children – 3 of them! thanks!

    —Lee on March 23, 2016
  • I would love to make t-shirt quilts for my grandkids!

    —Robin M on March 23, 2016
  • I would make one for me! but with all the sporting tee’s from my three children. they are all grown up but i kept all their tees- couldn’t bear to part with them. the book looks great

    —Suzanne Keal on March 23, 2016
  • My sister called last Fall and asked if I would help make two t-shirt quilts for her boys. Panic has set in.

    —Linda Voltz on March 23, 2016
  • Probably for my now-20 son; I saved quite a few outgrown shirts.

    —Nancy on March 23, 2016
  • Eek – I have enough tees saved up to make myself a couple of quilts, plus one for each kid. I need this book!!!

    —Kathy M. on March 23, 2016
  • My grandson would be a perfect candidate for a t-shirt quilt made from souvenirs from his many successful swim meets.

    —B J Kinney on March 23, 2016
  • I would make it for a Family Member. Thanks for the memory!

    —Georgina on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a tee shirt quilt for my youngest son. I made one for the middle son without having any idea on how to do it. Having the book would make it easier.

    —Mary S on March 23, 2016
  • I have saved t shirts that have special meaning for me waiting for good directions to turn them into a quilt.

    —Margaret Dalmer on March 23, 2016
  • I have made three Harley Davidson t-shirt quilts, 5 Cardinal Baseball Quilts, a Rams king sized quilt, A Jimmy Buffet Quilt, 3 Wrestling quilts, a Mark McGuire quilt and still working on more. I love making t-shirt quilts. It’s the pulling the shirts and "fitting it together like a jigsaw puzzle" that I enjoy. None of my shirts are cut the same size, it all depends on the design, from 18″ square down to a 3×5″ piece. I have another wrestling quilt on the design wall now and am pulling shirts for a Planet Hollywood or a Hard Rock quilt. You can give two people the same shirts and neither quilt will look the same. This book would give me more ideas on how to put them together. Thanks for the chance to win.

    —connie b on March 23, 2016
  • My daughter has saved t-shirts for a quilt but I have never gotten around to make one. This would be a good inspiration for me!

    —Joan on March 23, 2016
  • I have three sons who have tubs of t-shirts. I owe at least two a quilt – the third has gotten a denim quilt and curtains for his new house.

    —Susan K on March 23, 2016
  • My oldest granddaughter is involved in so many activities. This tee shirt quilt would be the perfect answer for a Christmas gift.

    —Betty Jansen on March 23, 2016
  • I’m actually planning on making a t-shirt quilt for my 21 year old! Then I have some of my old t-shirts I’d like to use to make a second quilt.

    —Judith Martinez on March 23, 2016
  • Well so far I have made three memory t-shirt quilts and then two for my daughter and one for my son-in-law…. each one is different from the next as I have incorporated different things in each… a hobby or a job … great fun!

    —Tonie Peterson on March 23, 2016
  • Hodder I am, have a stash of T-shirts from my son’s and myself – So I would make theirs and share if they ask for it ….

    —Karen on March 23, 2016
  • I’d make a t-shirt quilt for my son, Tom. What a great way to make special memories for someone.

    —Linda Webster on March 23, 2016
  • I made a tee-shirt quilt many years ago for my brother. When I met his wife’s best friend a few years ago, she told me she loves that quilt. I used my serger and to stabalize the tees, I cut the back of the tee shirts along with the front for more stability. I then gave an AOL quilting friend some tips on how to make one and we became instant friends. We even met a couple of times even though we lived a great distance apart. Tee shirt quilts are great especially when the wearer has outgrown the shirts.

    —Alice on March 23, 2016
  • My daughter in law asked me about making a t-shirt quilt and I told her I had never made one. She really would like to have one made for her grown son who has finally become financially independent. Then lately I have been reconsidering learning so I could give her something special to give her son.

    Gari on March 23, 2016
  • I would love to make a t-shirt quilt for my step-son. He’s grown now, with his own son, in a blended family. I wish I could say I was the best step-mom ever, but I was less than great. But sure poured my heart into it! He has had some tough times, but met them head on. Now he is helping others and I am so proud of him! A t-shirt quilt show-casing our years together would be so meaningful to both of us.

    —Nancy on March 23, 2016
  • My brother died way too young. I would like to use his t-shirts to make a memory quilt for his son.

    —Cassy L. on March 23, 2016
  • I have 5 to make; save t-shirts if family members for years but didn’t know where to begin. Thanks for a much-needed book!

    —Marty on March 23, 2016
  • Looks like an interesting book. I have three boxes full of T-shirts for a quilt. I have several books on different methods but they just haven’t worked well. Msybe this one will be the one.

    —Barb on March 23, 2016
  • I have a ton of T-shirts. I certainly could use the helpful hints in the book.

    —Vicki on March 23, 2016
  • I have some t-shirts from my late husband, a Viet Nam vet who died at 53 of Agent Orange related cancer, and some other shirts of cotton that I’ve saved. I didn’t know you could mix them! I’d love to learn how…the memories in those fabrics are dear, and they shouldn’t keep hiding away in my stash…

    Sharon in Colorado

    —Sharon in Colorado on March 23, 2016
  • Love the hints. Need to make one for my daughter. These will help

    Lore on March 23, 2016
  • I would love to make a t-shirt quilt for my brother!

    —Vicky on March 23, 2016
  • I would love to help my sister in law make t-shirt quilts for her kids. She has been wanting to do this for a while now!

    —Sandy A in St. Louis on March 23, 2016
  • Actually, I would make several, but I would start with one for myself.

    —Fran Hindman on March 23, 2016
  • I have collected over the years my children’s favorite tshirts and hope to put them together some day. This looks like a great inspiration and starting point for planning how to use them

    —Esther on March 23, 2016
  • I would start with making one for each of my grandchildren.

    —chris zofkie on March 23, 2016
  • I have one to plan for my son. He has a collection of shirts from his teenage years, and I made sure they were boxed and taken with me in my recent move. I love the designs in this. Thanks.

    —Maryellen on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a quilt for my son. It would be a good way to save some memories.

    —Julie Landrith on March 23, 2016
  • I would make it for myself as I’ve saved tshirt a from when I was in college.

    —Ginger on March 23, 2016
  • I made one many years ago when there was very little information. I am glad that I did it right.

    —Debbie Chenoweth on March 23, 2016
  • My kids have lots of Tee Shirts I could use. But the Grand Son would
    get a lot of use from a baby quit.

    elr on March 23, 2016
  • I would make a tee shirt quilt for my husband. He is a cyclist and has a stack of shirts from events he has ridden in.

    —DebrafromMD on March 23, 2016
  • I have a container of my daughter’s t-shirts, all with fond memories attached, just waiting to become a quilt….

    —Pat V. on March 23, 2016
  • I have made 3 T-shirt quilts all for friends to give to their children. Each has been a learning experience. I have been saving T-shirts from both of my sons for 25 years and am anxious to begin on their quilt. I would love some additional ideas, tips, and layouts as I start these treasures. Thank you for these book reviews & suggestions!

    —Helen R on March 23, 2016
  • I would make one for my son who is leaving in August for college.

    —Annette S. on March 23, 2016
  • I would like to make a t-shirt quilt someday for my grandson. Thanks for the chance to win this book.

    —Jackie Lewis on March 23, 2016
  • I would love to make one for my daughter. I’ve already started saving her T-shirts for this project. I know I’m going to need help with though.

    —Rebecca b on March 23, 2016
  • Perfect timing– I have the t shirts cut up and interfaced and now need help with the rest!!

    —Karen M on March 23, 2016
  • I have a box of old T shirts stuck away that I can no longer wear but couldn’t bear to part with. This would seem to be the solution.

    —Susan Clarkson on March 23, 2016
  • I have been collecting t shirts from my 3 now 40 yr children for years. What to do with them has been on my mind, Where to start? O could be with a little help.

    —ELIZAJANE on March 24, 2016
  • My daughter brought me a suitcase full of t-shirts. I would give her this book and the t-shirts back. 🙂 But I’d go help her make it.

    —Sherry Jurykovsky on March 24, 2016
  • I’d like to try this. I was intrigued by the baby quilt. I’ve never thought of doing this for a small child.

    —Karen Watkins on March 24, 2016
  • I’d love to make one for my husband. Being in the military, he’s got some great t-shirts from around the world. What a great way to hold on to them.

    —TaraA on March 24, 2016
  • I have a bin full of T-shirts from my sons youth. I would like to turn them into something useful for each of them. I’m sure the grandchildren would get a kick out of it too.

    —Lynn D in NC on March 24, 2016
  • I’d make one for my daughter. She has tons of old shirts that would make great memories.

    —Jane on March 24, 2016
  • I have a pile of one daughter’s shirts and another pile of my son’s shirts – just waiting for this book! I have made two tshirt quilts for my other daughter but after seeing this book, I now know I need to expand my options. The ones I’ve made are boring now. I’d love to win this book!

    —Karen on March 24, 2016
  • I’ve actually been planning to make one not for someone but for something — the arm of my couch! It’s a little worn and needs a cover-up. My husband and sons have a bunch of the boxes from one of their favorite video game series displayed around the room so I thought I’d make it using a t-shirt they also had from the series and a collection of coordinating shirts my sons have out grown. So this would be great and timely book to win!

    Vivian on March 24, 2016
  • I would make a terrific t-shirt quilt for a family member.

    —Jo Anne on March 24, 2016
  • My 19 year old granddaughter recently asked me if I would be able to make a quilt from her collection of t-shirts. I have never done this but told her I’d try since I’m always up for a challenge in making quilts. This book from Martingale is very timely. If I don’t win it, I’ll definitely be purchasing one.

    —Patricia MacDonald on March 24, 2016
  • A non-quilting friend just asked if I would help her make a t-shirt quilt. This would be a tremendous help!

    —Terri on March 24, 2016
  • It would be for my son

    —Lawana Whaley on March 24, 2016
  • One in process for kids, more in the bags for future fun!

    —Bev Gunn on March 24, 2016
  • It wouldn’t be sports or schools, but t-shirts from the professional organization where my husband and I met that would be made into my first t-shirt quilt. A terrific idea. Thanks for the chance.

    June on March 24, 2016
  • I have been working on quilts for all of my grandchildren, mostly child sized. However, I have one grandson who joined the family later, from my daughter-in-law’s previous marriage, and he’s now a teenager. Since he has played hockey for a few years, I think a T-shirt quilt would be perfect! I can use the hockey fabric left over from the pillowcases I made him and his brother.
    This book would be the perfect addition to complete this project!
    Thank you!
    Kathy

    —Kathy in IN on March 24, 2016
  • I would like to make a HIGH SCHOOL T-shirt quilt for my son who is in college now.

    —Donna H. on March 24, 2016
  • My granddaughter just gave me a bunch of her tee shirts and asked if I’d help her make a quilt with them – this is perfect! Thanks for the chance to win 🙂
    Debby E
    samtaylorcjsmimi at yahoo dot com

    —Debby E on March 24, 2016
  • My grandchildren do marching band. They’ve been begging for a tee shirt quilt made from all their band shirts. I need this book. If I win I’ll be very busy I’m sure. Lol!

    —Doris McCarty on March 24, 2016
  • I would love to make t-shirt quilts for my husband and myself using our bowling shirts.

    Ollie M on March 24, 2016
  • I’d surprise my husband with a tee-shirt quilt made out of my daughter’s old tees. She died four years ago this week, and holding her shirts that represent such happy memories gives me comfort. I’ve often thought of making a Lauren quilt. Maybe now is the time.

    —Bette on March 25, 2016
  • Myself! I have been saving t-shirts since high school (a loooong time ago!) with the plan of making them into a quilt someday.

    —Tori on March 25, 2016
  • I have five granddaughters and would love to win the Terrific T-shirt book and sew all of them a t-shirt quilt. Just need a little inspiration! Thanks for the chance to win a book!

    Twyla Johnson on March 25, 2016
  • My daughter would be the recipient because she has been going to the same theater camp for years and gets a t shirt each year. I will have to wait a couple more years till she ages out of it to have a complete collection of shirts, though.

    —Tina on March 25, 2016
  • I would make it for my daughter. She recently bought a house and we started cleaning her room. We came across a lot things from her childhood. We laughed and cried and put aside those items that you cannot get rid of. This tee shirt quilt has inspired me to try and incorporate as many items as I can into a quilt. Always love reading your emails, so full of ideas. Thank you.

    —Virginia Bronner on March 25, 2016
  • I have made a few t-shirt quilts as gifts but want to make one for myself, now.

    —Joye on March 25, 2016
  • A friend has asked me to make her daughter a t-shirt quilt for her graduation present. I couldn’t turn her down even though it scares me to start one. This book would be great to have by my side in attempting to make one of these. thanks for the chance

    —Rebecca H on March 25, 2016
  • I would make a T-shirt quilt for my granddaughter using some of her cute onsies that no longer fit her.

    —Sherril M. on March 25, 2016
  • I’ve saved t-shirts from each of my 4 kids to make them a t-shirt quilt. I don’t have patterns for this project-this book would be a big motivator.

    —Cindy on March 25, 2016
  • I have been wanting to make t-shirts quilts for a long time to include one for my daughter with all her old Girl Scout t-shirts, one for my son with all his old sport team t-shirts and one for a niece with her concert t-shirts. Surely this book will get me motivated to get these done!

    —Jade on March 25, 2016
  • My husband. He has so many racing shirts from dirt track racers all the way to NASCAR. It would be the perfect quilt for our family room. Perfect for snuggling in to watch a movie or two.

    —Michelle Myers on March 25, 2016
  • I have so many t-shirts from travels it would be wonderful to put them all in one location for memories.

    —Caroline on March 25, 2016
  • I would love to make a t-shirt quilt for each of my children. I have a supply of special shirts I just couldn’t part with but I was unsure of what to do with them. This book is the answer I was looking for.

    —Kathy Renz on March 25, 2016
  • Oh my gosh, my sister was asking about doing this with a stack of "prize winning" t -shirts she has saved over the yrs. Of events. My quick answer was goggle, but this book would be so ideal for the both of us to use as a real resourse. Sister time, here we come. 🙂

    —Kathy W on March 25, 2016
  • I would love to make one for my son, using all of his old basketball team t-shirts which I have been saving. I always felt that it was a shame to just keep them packed away.

    —Pamela Trenholm on March 25, 2016
  • My husband has TONS of t-shirts and would love some of them made into a lap quilt. It is on my bucket list, but this would give me an incentive to start one.

    —Nancy Magee on March 25, 2016
  • For a long time I’ve wanted to make a T-shirt quilt for my daughter but she still won’t give up the shirts!

    —Mary Ann on March 25, 2016
  • I would like to make a t-shirt quilt for my sons. I just uncovered a bin full of their old tees.

    —Tac on March 25, 2016
  • I have already made one but it is plain with all t-shirt pieces being the same size. I would really like to try making one with different size t-shirt pieces. This book would help me make one.

    —Lynda Nunez on March 25, 2016
  • I need to make a t shirt quilt for my daughter using her Red Wing hockey t shirts she collected over the years. I’m sure this book would be a huge help !

    —Renee Welton on March 25, 2016
  • As my young granddaughters grow out of their clothes, I’d like to set aside their cute t-shirts to make them quilts.

    —Ellee on March 25, 2016
  • Of course — I would make a t-shirt quilt for one of my 10 grandchildren. Then of course, I would need to make one for each of the other nine:)

    —Nancy A on March 25, 2016
  • Would love this book; I used to run in Bloomsday in Spokane and have all those t-shirts in a box waiting for a great book to show the best way to cut, back, and design a great quilt! So excited, finally I can do something with those shirts that mean so much to me!

    —Kathy Ginter on March 25, 2016
  • I’d make one for myself. I have a bunch of t-shirts that I love but don’t wear and can’t bring myself to give them away.

    —carol on March 25, 2016
  • This would help to reduce the two giant bags of t-shirts my sons left behind when they moved out, but still can’t bear to part with!

    —bookboxer on March 25, 2016
  • I am a runner. I’ve got tons of race tshirts that I love, but will probably never wear, so these quilts wouldn’t be perfect for me!

    —Sheila on March 25, 2016
  • I have a friend who wants a tshirt quilt made for her son. Thanks for the great giveaway.

    —Renea on March 25, 2016
  • I want to make one for my oldest son next year when he graduates from high school.

    —Donna on March 25, 2016
  • I’ve been asked to make several T shirt quilts but haven’t yet, I wasn’t sure how to handle the fabric. This book would come in handy!

    Lynn Whinery on March 25, 2016
  • I’d make a terrific T-shirt quilt for my oldest daughter and have started with cutting out the T-shirt symbols. Unfortunately, I should have put the interfacing on first. I’m still learning!! I’ve got T-shirts saved from the next daughter–already 30 yrs. old–and my son. I probably should move that first T-shirt up in priority! This book would be a great help for this novice!

    —Janet Sabol on March 25, 2016
  • I would love to learn how to use knits for quilts. I would make a quilt for myself first, and then for my son

    —Allison C on March 26, 2016
  • I am wanting to make two quilts, one for my daughter and one for my son. The quilts will be for future grandchildren. The center of each quilt I plan to take two baby blanket’s, one mine the other my husbands, and cut them in half to use on each quilt. From that point it will be pieces of clothing through the years….little memories. Thinking about doing patchwork denim for the back but might be just a bit too heavy…we shall see.

    —Daphne on March 26, 2016
  • I’ve never made at shirt quilt. I would make one for my daughter who is graduating this may! She has school thirst that would make a darling quilt! What fun!

    —Danette Roundy on March 26, 2016
  • I made one for my daughter-in law using her school and work t-shirt. The only problem I had was that I wished the longarm machine had ball point needles.

    —Linda Christianson on March 26, 2016
  • I am working on a quilt for an Air Force Search & Rescue Veteran with all his shirtd.

    Barbara Winkler on March 26, 2016
  • I’d love to win this book. My granddaughter is a soccer player, now playing college soccer and she wants a T-Shirt quilt. I will need help!!

    —Gloria on March 27, 2016
  • what a great idea, I need to make one for my sister who is so hard to please!

    —Madeline on March 27, 2016
  • I have all of my daughter’s sorority shirts. They are waiting for me to get the nerve to work on a quilt!

    —Annie on March 27, 2016
  • Both my daughters have old T-shirts they want me to make into a quilt, so I guess it’s them!

    —Mary on March 28, 2016
  • I would make them for my grandkids.

    —Virginia Over on March 28, 2016
  • It would be for my son. Some t-shirts would not be appropriate! but there are enough ‘politically correct’ ones to make a quilt, for sure. The funnier, the better! And with a cozy backing. It would be very soft as the t-shirts are already soft from many washings.

    —janG on March 28, 2016
  • I would love to make a t-shirt for my grandson! I know he would really enjoy having one.

    —Nicole Sender on March 30, 2016

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