How much do Tshirt quilts cost?

How much should I charge for a Tshirt quilt?

So, How Much Will it Cost?

Number of Blocks Approximate Quilt Size Standard Basic Base Price
20 78” x 94” $360
25 94” x 94″ $450
30 94″ x 110” $540
36 110″ x 110″ $648

How many shirts does it take to make a Tshirt quilt?

Supplies:

Quilt Title Approx. Size* Est. # of T-shirts**
Large Lap 45” x 60” 12 or 16
Twin 60” x “90 or 75” x 75” (long twin) 16, 20, 24, 25…
Full 75” x 90” or 90” x 90” (wide full) 20, 25, 30, 36…
Queen 90” x 105” 25, 30, 36, 42…

How many hours does it take to make a Tshirt quilt?

Novice quilters can expect to spend 25-30 hours cutting and sewing the top of this small quilt. Set an hourly wage for yourself to determine how much your time is worth.

How many shirts do I need for a memory quilt?

12 shirts will make a throw-size quilt, approx. 48″ x 64″ – 3 across x 4 down. 30 shirts will make a full size quilt, approx. 82″ x 96″ – 5 across x 6 down.

How much does it cost to get a quilt quilted?

Pricing Structure for Quilting Designs



The cost of these designs begin at 2.5 cents per square inch and range up to 3 cents per square inch. The variable in cost is based on the density of the quilting pattern. The denser the pattern, the more time it takes and more thread is used.

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Is quilting an expensive hobby?

Yes, quilting can be a very expensive hobby. Good quality 100% cotton fabric costs between $6 to $12 a yard and you need usually at least 5 yards of fabric for the top and 5 yards of fabric for the backing. Then you need batting for the middle, which can be found easily for $20.

Why are quilts so expensive?

Quilts are expensive because of the labor required to make them. Quilts require pieces of fabric to be evenly cut and sewn together to get the basic shape of a blanket. Then that piece must be sewn together with batting, backing, and binding to create a finished blanket.

What interfacing is best for T-shirt quilts?

For most t-shirt quilts, a fusible knit or 100% cotton woven fusible interfacing is a great choice with a cotton or cotton-blend batting. If you like things a little stiffer, then try Pellon 911 nonwoven fusible interfacing. Use a cotton or poly batting.

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