When it comes to getting a custom t-shirt quilt made, the first thing that comes to mind is typical old t-shirts. After all, that's why they call them t-shirt quilts! But, you may be surprised to learn that this isn't the only type of material you can use to create your quilt. When you choose Project Repat as your custom t-shirt quilt company, you get far more versatility in bringing your quilt to life.
We can make quilts out of jerseys, sweatshirts, flannel, dress shirts, tech shirts, and much more. And, as you can probably imagine, each of these materials comes with its own unique pros and cons. So - which material is best for you? It will largely come down to personal preference. But in this complete guide to choosing your t-shirt quilt materials, we'll cover all that you need to know. Let's not waste any more time!
As we've already mentioned, you're not limited to just t-shirts when it comes to your quilt. In fact, you can use a wide variety of other clothing items - as long as they're made from a soft, knit fabric. However, we're only speaking from our standpoint here at Project Repat. Not all quilt makers provide their customers with the same customization capabilities that we do. That's why if you're looking for where to get t-shirt quilts made, the obvious choice is here with us!
Of course, if you're going the DIY route and making your own quilt, you have even more control over the creation. Just be advised that learning how to make your own t-shirt quilt can be a daunting task. So, if you want to get it done right - and save yourself the time and hassle of knitting for an entire weekend - just stick with the folks here at Project Repat. And with that said, allow us to explain all the different kinds of materials you can use for your t-shirt quilt.
In this section, we'll break down all the different materials you can choose from when commissioning your custom t-shirt quilt here at Project Repat. After this, we'll explain which material we think is best - and why.
Now that we've gone over all the different types of materials you can use for your t-shirt quilt, it's time to answer the question: which one is best?
As we mentioned before, the answer to this question largely comes down to personal preference. Some people prefer the coziness of a sweatshirt quilt, while others like the lightweight feel of a tech shirt quilt. And then there are those who simply can't decide! If that sounds like you, don't worry - we offer t-shirt quilts made with a mix of materials. That way, you can have the best of both worlds! Or, get separate quilts for separate uses. A lighter t-shirt quilt is perfect for summer lounging, while a thick hoodie quilt is our preferred choice for cold winter bundling.
We hope this has cleared up the different kinds of materials you can choose when making your own custom quilt. There is no wrong answer - after all, it's your quilt - go with your gut! Maybe have a different type of clothing or material we didn't cover and you're curious if it can be used. If so, don't hesitate to reach out - our rockstar customer service team is here to answer all your questions. Now, with all this said, choosing your t-shirt quilt material is just one piece of the puzzle. There are still a few other factors worth considering to get your dream quilt.
For example, the size of your quilt is an important decision. T-shirt quilts come in all shapes and sizes - from twin to king, we've got you covered. But, how do you know which size is right for you? Well, that depends on how you plan on using your quilt. If you're looking for a wall hanging or a throw blanket for the couch, a smaller size will suffice. But if you want a quilt that's big enough to snuggle under, you'll need to go with a larger option. The desired size of your blanket determines how many t-shirts for a quilt are necessary. The desired size also affects the cost of your t-shirt quilt.
Along with the size of your quilt, you should consider the fleece color you go with for your backing. You want it to match the rest of your quilt. Unless, of course, your goal is to create some contrast! Furthermore, when you work with us at Project Repat, you can do cool things with your quilt like go double-sided, add a personal message, or go with bigger panels.
There you have it - all you need to know about choosing your t-shirt quilt materials. In summary, it comes down to personal preference and what you plan on using your quilt for. And, of course, don't forget to take into account the size and fleece color when making your decision! So, what are you waiting for? Head over to our site and get your order placed today!
Project Repat is the only service that can do jerseys, sweatshirts, flannel shirts, dress shirts, and tech shirts - along with traditional t-shirts. And, we are the original t-shirt blanket manufacturer - offering the most experience in the industry. Experience the difference yourself by getting the process on yourt-shirt memory blanket started today!