The cost of a T-shirt Quilt is determined by the number of images you would like included in the quilt and the border you select!
For Tshirt Quilts, the minimum number is 11 images and the prices starts at $150 and goes up from there. The average cost is around $300.
Please do not worry about this! That is what I am here for!
With over 100 Tshirt Quilts made, I have the ability to help you chose borders and colors!
Leave it all to me to create that special quilt for you!
My base price for a quilt - whether memory or T-shirt, includes a 4" border, a complete front, a cotton or flannel backing and the batting to make it soft.
You will receive a complete quilt ready for cuddling.
Yes, We can accomodate bulk orders, but please give us LOTS of time.
We have made wristlets for sports group, key fobs for school organizations, hooded towels for baseball/swim teams, etc.
We just need ample notice to work in the schedule.
Due to the nature of this business, I do not like to accept rush orders.
However, I will consider them on a case by case basis depending on work load at the time.
The minimum rush fee for a quilt is $100.
In the past, I sewed patches on uniforms. Due to the studio moving away from the suburbs, this is no longer feasible.
However, after contemplation, I have decided to still accept patch blankets! The price is the same $1 per patch. Delivery and pick up by appointment is required.
In 2013, Jennifer Armentrout delved into the world of sewing by sewing patches on her daughter's girl scout uniform. From there, the sewing bug started!
Quilting quickly became her favorite pasttime and friends and family were asking her to make them one. That led to experimenting with bags, pillows and other fun things.
Word spread quickly and Threaded Lines became officially a business Winter 2016.
Since then, she had made over 100 Tshirt Quilts, 42 Memory Quilts, over 1,000 key fobs, 100 hooded towels and the newest item - Stuffies/Lovies is becoming a favorite as well.
Our current studio is located north of Magnolia on a wooded lot to foster Jennifer's love for nature. It is a little drive, but her passion for sewing and attention to detail is worth the distance.