Check out the pricing page to help you decide the number of t shirts that you will need for your quilt.
Make sure that the tees are clean and free from odors. If you send clothing that smells like mothballs, your quilt will smell like mothballs (or smoke, or sweat).
Just fold the shirt with the side you want us to use facing out. This part is critical to creating YOUR perfect t-shirt quilt. Of course, if you come into the shop, we will go through the t-shirts and I will fold them with the side you want to be used.
However, if you are mailing the tee shirts to us, we need some way to know which side to use. All we ask is that you fold the t-shirt with the side you want us to use facing out. If you want us to combine the front and back or use both sides as separate blocks; just add a note to the t-shirt. We suggest using blue painters tape or regular masking tape. DON'T use duct tape, as the glue will stay on the t-shirt.
Many times there are particular t-shirts that have extra special meaning and you might want these featured in the center of the quilt. Just put a note on it "center" and we will place it in the center of the quilt.
Use a box size that is appropriate for the number of tees. Place the shirts inside a plastic bag, which will protect the shirts should something happen to the box during shipping.
We suggest that you create your postage label online and ship it via Priority Mail. This saves you a trip to the post office, and your carrier should come to your door and pick up the box. (go online the night before and request package pickup). With Priority mail, you get a tracking number at no additional cost, and a signature is not required.
Just shoot us an email to let us know your t-shirts are on the way. If we don't receive them after a short time, we can contact you to see if there was a problem in shipping.