Founder & Quilt Maker Worldwide! Sandy Kurker 12-16-20-25 quilts of your shirts, and 2 shirt Pillows Collect 12 of your favorite t-shirts to create a unique memory quilt. A Tee-Quilt is a great way to save t-shirts from your cycling, running, or other athletic events, school activities, concerts, vacations, and favorite. Preserve and showcase them forever. Or what about a quilt customized for a loved one to celebrate Christmas, Mothers Day, Fathers Day, or graduation? Wrap up in a Tee-Quilt! And Show off your quilt on FaceBook! "I personally make your t-shirt quilt myself. If you live in the Indianapolis area, I will be happy to meet with you and lay out your quilt in my home. If you live outside the Indianapolis area, please mail your shirts to me. So far I have sewn 1,500 tee-quilts worldwide!" — Sandy Kurker 317-566-9183
A 17" square is cut from the back or front of each T-shirt. I fill each quilt with an eight-ounce polyester batting backed with a polyester/cotton fabric (you choose the backing color--black, white, or navy). You decide how you want your shirts to be laid out on your quilt (follow the links below to see the layout grids), otherwise I’ll lay the shirts out for you. Your favorite shirt should be in the center of the quilt.
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