Creating this AKA quilt was a special challenge (and treat) for me because I quilted the whole thing with intricate ivy leaves. T-shirt quilts also present the unique challenge of having to balance different-sized shirts into a grid. The owner of this quilt gave me some great insight into how she wanted her shirts arranged.
I created this Atlanta Teams Sports Quilt for my son, who is an all ATL teams superfan. This quilt is made from jerseys and shirts from Atlanta Falcons (NFL), Atlanta United (MLS), Atlanta Hawks (NBA), and Atlanta Braves (MLB).Continue reading “Atlanta Teams Sports Quilt”
This Magic of Disney Quilt was made for a friend who really REALLY loves Disney. The fun part about making this was scouring thrift stores to find the right shirts. I used a Mickey Mouse sashing create a border around the shirts, and I think that tied everything together nicely.
I was asked to make a Prince Tribute Quilt from a stack of t-shirts that a die-hard fan had collected over the years. I took the shirts she sent me and also used some printable fabric to add Prince’s album covers.
An excited Grandmother reached out to me and asked if I could make a quilt using clothes from her grandson’s first year. I happily took the job, and this Baby’s First Year Quilt is the outcome.
I love making T-Shirt quilt because they have special meaning for the recipient. I made this Delta Sigma Theta T-Shirt Quilt for my daughter’s friend and as I remarked on my Instagram post, hearing her say OMG! was the best part of making it.Continue reading “Delta Sigma Theta T-Shirt Quilt”
This True to Atlanta Quilt is a celebration of Atlanta, Georgia and some of its iconic landmarks and businesses. Made from sixteen authentic t-shirts, this quilt offers a glimpse into the diversity and industry that is ATL.Continue reading “True to Atlanta Quilt”
One of my dear friends is the pastor of Greater Zion Baptist Church of Jefferson, Pa, and I made him this Hallelujah! Quilt to commemorate his service and our friendship. I mixed some faith affirming t-shirts with African wax print fabric, and I had fun with a few quilting patterns to make this gift.Continue reading “Hallelujah! Quilt”