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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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10 Things to Use In a Memory Quilt


What do you do with the clothing when someone you love passes away?  Everyone handles this question differently.  Some people hang onto everything, others may want to donate to Goodwill or other local 

When my dad passed early one December morning, my Mom came home from the hospital and started clearing his closet.  She gathered everything up and sent us to donate his clothing to the local men's Mission. ( I did manage to grab a few things like the gray wool jacket that I always remembered him wearing while growing up).  While to me, this seemed a little extreme at the time, everyone handles loss in a different way.

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Memory Quilts From T-Shirts and Clothing

The unthinkable happens. Your mom, dad or another loved one passes on. You find loads of clothes in their closet. What are you going to do with the clothes? If someone does not immediately clear the decks and take the clothing to Goodwill you have the opportunity to create a lasting memory with the clothes.

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Thinking about having a T-Shirt quilt made? 

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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