Sarah’s Sports T-Shirts

By |March 27th, 2011|T-Shirt Quilts|

I not only made a quilt for Sarah’s father-in-law (see yesterday’s post), but eventually she brought me some high school track shirts of her own. Again, there weren’t a lot of them, but they were shirts that meant a lot to Sarah, now grownup, a mother of two, owner of her own business.  She kept meaning to make the quilt herself, but like most of us – where was the time for that? She had a business to run, children to feed, a husband to take care of, a house to clean . . .

So she asked me to make the quilt. […]

T-Shirts Made into Quilts

By |March 26th, 2011|T-Shirt Quilts|

I used to wonder why anyone would want a T-Shirt Quilt. Of course, I’d never seen one, didn’t own any t-shirts I’d care to immortalize, and wondered how you’d ever sew something so stretchy. Apparently there are still people out there with that old-fashioned view.

After making my first t-shirt quilt a few years back, I was hooked.

My friend Sarah said her father-in-law collected t-shirts that he acquired at car jamborees. Apparently […]