Hi. I'm Amy. I sew things. Mostly t-shirt quilts.
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I'm focused on the local Denver area and surrounding suburbs. I'll consult with you in person on what you're looking for, so there are no shipping charges.
I'll keep you involved every step of the way regarding layout, color schemes, quilting design and fabric choices.
You could make your own t-shirt quilt, but read my post about that first so you know what you're in for).
Here's a quilt I made from some family shirts, sort of a shared history quilt. It's 64" x 76"and it's quilted by local and award winning longarm quilter, Debra Bingham. The cost of edge to edge longarm quilting is included in my pricing and I work with a variety of local longarm quilters.
So, what are you going to do with all of your old t-shirts? Let them keep rotting in a box in the basement as moth food? I mean, you could donate them to ARC, but really, nobody wants your old family reunion t-shirt. Turn them into a quilt that you can keep forever and enjoy.
Email me today at firstname.lastname@example.org. You'll be glad you did.