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The Best Border Choices For Your TShirt Quilt

Quilts Have Borders??

Most tee shirt quilt makers 'don't do borders'..  Hmmm,  why is that?  Laziness?  Cheap? Inexperience?

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10 Places to Look For More T-Shirts For A Quilt

We have been making t-shirt quilts since 2006.  Most folks have plenty of t-shirts to make their quilt, the problem is limiting them to a certain amount. Sometimes, you might not have enough shirts to go with the theme you have in mind.

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How to Deal With the Clothing of Someone Who Has Passed

A loved one has passed.  You have a closet full of clothes, or maybe a few boxes of clothing that you have aquired after you cleaned the closets.  What ae you going to do with this clothing? 

There are several stages of grief.  Maybe you want to move on within a few weeks, or maybe it has been a few years. There is no correct answer.  Just what is best for YOU.  So, what is the next step?

Consider having a quilt(s) or pilllow(s) made from the clothing. A memory quilt made from clothing creates a memory that you can wrap you up in hugs that will last a lifetime.

Memory quilt with tshirts, badges and
a foursquare block made with logos.

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How to Choose A T-Shirt Quilt Border Style For Your T-Shirt Quilt

Border Styles

We have several styles of borders that you can choose  for your t-shirt quilt.   First a few definitions so we all know what we are talking about.

Binding is the finishing method that goes around the outside edge of the quilt.  It covers up the raw edges of fabrics and makes a nice finish.  This fabric is usually the same fabric as the outer border or backing of the quilt.

Borders are part of the quilt top and effect the finished size of the quilt.  There can be one or more of these, each adding to the interest of your quilt

Read more about the difference between borders and binding. Many quilt/(blanket) makers just sew the shirts together, and finish it in one of several methods.  The CHEAP blanket guys, just make the top (see Terms), sew it pillowcase style, then top-stitch around the outside edge.  (Note: that is finishing the edge, but is not binding)   

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Thinking about having a T-Shirt quilt made? 

Download our Free Buying Guide

Before you have a T-Shirt quilt made, be sure to read our T-Shirt Quilt Buyers Guide so that you have the information you need to make an informed choice about what type of T-Shirt quilt you want to have made.

T-Shirt Buyers Guide