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Maui Brother T Shirt Quilt
No matter how you spell it, T-Shirt quilts or Tee Shirt quilts, you'll find plenty of inspiration in this gallery that's packed with pictures of shirt quilts. You might even be surprised by the wide variety of quilt layouts created by the innovative quilters who created the quilts.
T-shirt quilts make wonderful memory quilts, and creating a quilt from much-loved shirts is the next best thing to being able to wear them again.
You can design a T-Shirt quilt in nearly any way you wish, but... there are a few little extras that need to be handled before the shirts are sewn into a quilt. Read How to Make T-Shirt Quilts for more information.
Maui Brother T-Shirt Quilt on This Page
S. Glenn says: I made this queen size T-shirt quilt for my brother in Hawaii.Continue to 2 of 29 below.
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Rough Water Swim Shirts
Barbara says: I met a couple at a fundraiser where one one of my quilts was auctioned. They asked if I made T-shirt quilts and I said yes, that I would make a bed runner or couch throw. They showed up with 34 T-shirts that turned into a heavy king-sized quilt.Continue to 3 of 29 below.
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TJ's T Shirt Quilt
Aunt Susie says: Gotta love Captain Underpants and the Cubs!Continue to 4 of 29 below.
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Lauren's T Shirt Quilt
Cheryl Says: This is the first quilt I have ever made and was sewn mostly with softball T-shirts. My daughter played softball from age 7 to 18. -- there are many memories and so much love in the quilt.Continue to 5 of 29 below.
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Ed's T Shirt Quilt
Cheryl Says: I made this quilt for my husband, Ed. He coached our daughter and high school summer travel teams and loves this quilt.Continue to 6 of 29 below.
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Jim's Place T-Shirt Quilt
From Marg: My quilts were made from our son's button-down shirts and T-shirts after he died. They have been given to his friends. Each of the quilts is hand quilted, with detail on the shirt logos.Continue to 7 of 29 below.
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T-Shirt Quilt in Memory of Jim
Another of the several quilts Marg made from her son's shirts after he passed away.Continue to 8 of 29 below.
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Peter's T-Shirt Quilt
From Nicky: This 90 x 90 quilt was made from 36 tee shirts.
Peter was my friend's 40-year-old son who passed away from complications of diabetes. After he passed, his mom and sister sent me 36 of his favorite tee shirts and asked me to make a quilt from them. At the same time, I was learning to free motion quilt.Continue to 9 of 29 below.
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Racing Themed T-Shirt Quilt
From 10W30Wag: My hubby wouldn't part with any of his old kart racing Tees, so I asked if I could make a quilt from them. The border is sewn in his favorite color and the best bit of luck was finding the checkerboard material to for the quilt's binding. The quilt travels with us to all out-of-town National Kart Races.Continue to 10 of 29 below.
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ILLINI T-shirt Quilt
From Auntie Susie: As both my husband and I are U of I alums, I was thrilled to work on this T-shirt quilt for my friend's son.Continue to 11 of 29 below.
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T-Shirt Quilt with a Cheerleading Theme
Auntie Susie says: The Elk Grove Cheerleaders were state champions for five consecutive years. This quilt, a graduation gift, commemorates their accomplishment.Continue to 12 of 29 below.
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NASCAR T-Shirt Quilt
From Joyce: My adult son has been a NASCAR fan for a long time. He finally agreed to send me a couple of his t-shirts, but only a couple so I had to be very creative with the quilt. I found the NASCAR cup fabric one day, just by luck. And I went to a bookstore and found a NASCAR book that had the perfect pictures of Jimmie. The rest is history.Continue to 13 of 29 below.
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T-Shirt Quilt with a Dancing Theme
From Ginger: My daughter is a competitive Irish Stepdancer. These T-shirts were purchased at various feis (pronounced fesh), which are dance competitions for Irish Stepdancing.Continue to 14 of 29 below.
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Korie's College T Shirt Quilt
From Ibereeree: Some of my granddaughter's t-shirts got to go to her dorm room at the University of Mobile. Everyone loved her quilt.Continue to 15 of 29 below.
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Jeremy's T-Shirt Quilt
From Marcia: My grandson's mom saved all of his T-shirts, beginning when he was a newborn in the hospital through his scouting years, baseball, high school choir, and drama club. She asked me if I could turn the shirts into a quilt. This is the result of my first T-shirt quilt project... very simple, with big blocks.Continue to 16 of 29 below.
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T-Shirt Quilt with a Sports Theme
From Karen: I made this quilt for my daughter from her high school softball team shirts. This was extra special because her team won the Oklahoma 3A state championship and she was named an Oklahoma All-State player.Continue to 17 of 29 below.
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Breast Cancer T-Shirt Quilt
From Custom T-Shirt Quilts: My best friend of over 30 years is a breast cancer survivor. She has been in many Race for The Cure walks and had a lot of t-shirts. I made this queen size T-Shirt quilt for her birthday last year. The back of the quilt is sewn in shirts that are in memory of one of her friends.Continue to 18 of 29 below.
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Harley-Davidson T-Shirt Quilt
From Ojeda: This Harley Davidson T-Shirt quilt measures 96" x 116".Continue to 19 of 29 below.
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T-Shirt Quilt for a Breast Cancer Survivor
From Auntie Susie: I made this quilt for a friend for her mom, a breast cancer survivor, for Mother's Day. The T-shirts are from past annual walk/run fundraisers.Continue to 20 of 29 below.
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Cheerleading T-Shirt Quilt
From Auntie Suzie: I made this quilt from old cheerleading t-shirts.Continue to 21 of 29 below.
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Sports Themed T-Shirt Quilt
From Donna: My nephew Hunter is an avid baseball and basketball player. Since he has been playing since he was 5 years old, he had lots of team shirts. I used blank T-shirt backs for four patch blocks and attached championship patches on the appropriate blocks. It's a twin size quilt for his bed.Continue to 22 of 29 below.
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Jimmy's T-Shirt Quilt
From Lori: I made this T-shirt Quilt for my son as he was leaving for college so that she would have some fond memories of scouts, soccer, vacations, and more to take with him as he left for school.Continue to 23 of 29 below.
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T-Shirt Quilt for a Harley-Davidson Fan
From Patti: This large quilt, 70" x 112", was made out of T-shirts from places a friend of mine traveled with her late husband on their Harley's.Continue to 24 of 29 below.
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Kelsey's T-shirt Quilt
From Kim: This t-shirt quilt was made for my daughter Kelsey to take to college. She saved various t-shirts, chose the sashing fabrics and then made a precise layout of where each block should go and with what fabric. It fits a dorm bed or a double bed. I also made her a 27" pillow from the leftover t-shirts and fabric.Continue to 25 of 29 below.
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T-Shirt Quilt by Elizaniko
From Elizaniko: This is a T-Shirt quilt made from my son's old shirts.Continue to 26 of 29 below.
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Adam's Running T-Shirt Quilt
From Adam's Mom: "My son, Adam, ran track and cross country in junior high, high school and college. This quilt contains a sampling of the t-shirts he got from the teams and races he participated in."Continue to 27 of 29 below.
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Padre T-Shirt Quilt
From Kathryn: "This queen size, hand tied quilt is made from t-shirts of past and present Padre players. The quilt backing is navy blue. It is fiber filled."Continue to 28 of 29 below.
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College Bound T-Shirt Quilt
From MOMOF11: As my son was packing up to head off to college he brought me a stack of 25 or 30 T-shirts and asked, "can you make a quilt from T-shirts?" I'd read about doing that and said I could. Some shirts had small logos, and so I pieced them together to make blocks the size of the larger shirt logos.
The backing fabric was in my stash.Continue to 29 of 29 below.
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