Jock problems = I have SO MANY TSHIRTS! I saved every single shirt since high school. In high school, when I was on the crew team, it was always a tradition to make t-shirts before a race but also to buy the shirts at races and that all adds up. Plus I have a ton of crew and running shirts since then.
Years ago, I stumbled upon Campus Quilt. At the time, I couldn’t afford it but I thought it was a cool idea (turning t-shirts into usable things like quilts!).
Right before the NYC Marathon in October, I decided to buy a quilt. So I did. Quilts come in every single size. You can get a 9 shirt quilt or a 24 shirt quit! I ended up settling on a 20 shirt quilt in which the base price was $205. There are a lot of things you can add like sashing which is a bit extra. The sashing separates the shirts so it gives it a more fluid feel.
|The sashing is the dark blue cloth that separates each shirt.|
Within 4 weeks of sending them my shirts, I got my quilt! It was a lot bigger than I expected! Also a lot thicker and nice than expecting plus the stitching is amazing (you can kinda see it in the photo – just look at the white areas of the quilt). Technically I got a couch quilt but the quilt (above) covers my full-sized bed. Plus it was really warm which is perfect for winter. I keep mine on top of my comforter on my bed.
|From their website|
Ordering works the same way with pillows and bags, you order online and they send you a kit if you want sashing and that sort of thing. With the handle of the tote, I went with the dark blue again which went well with the shirts. For the smaller pillow and tote, it was a shirt per side. I love the materials of the quilts, bag and pillow. The pillow is really comfy but the bag is very durable (I carry groceries and textbooks in it).
|The other side|