Project Repat t-shirt quilt compared to EggMoneyQuilts T-shirt Quilt

Project Repat t-shirt quilt compared to EggMoneyQuilts T-shirt Quilt

Project Repat t-shirt quilt compared to EggMoneyquilts t-shirt quilt. We make a similar style with no sashing on the front. I sent 16 shirts to Project Repat to have a t-shirt quilt made. Project Repat refers to their product as a quilt. Technically it is a blanket. A quilt has 3 layers: a front, batting in the middle, and a back. Project Repat's blanket has 2 sides. The t shirts are on the front side and fleece is on the back. The front and back are not quilted together. Project Repat's packaging materials refer to the blanket as a quilt.…
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Quilting stitches on your t-shirt quilt

Quilting stitches on your t-shirt quilt

Quilting stitches on your t-shirt quilt are crucial to the look and life of your t-shirt quilt. While you are comparing different t-shirt quilt businesses pay close attention to the stitching from the different makers.   We use an all over stitching pattern to finish t-shirt quilts. We choose a couple different patterns for several reasons.: The quilting patterns are dense enough to secure the 3 layers of the T shirt quilt. The quilting patterns are not too dense. A very dense pattern will make the t-shirt quilt stiff. The quilting patterns add a uniformity to the T shirt quilts.…
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Proof to approve before Quilting

Proof to approve before Quilting

One service that sets us apart from most t-shirt quilt makers is we send you a proof to approve before  quilting  your t-shirt quilt. I read a review of a large t-shirt quilt shop and the the customer was upset because a shirt was in the quilt that she did not want to be included. She had sent the shirt by mistake. We all are human and make mistakes. But do you want the shirt you hate to be in your t-shirt quilt? We welcome your input through the whole process of making your quilt. Your t-shirts are cut into…
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