Custom T-Shirt Quilts Hand Sewn Fleece Custom 2020 Gift Ideas Released

Quilted Memories released an updated custom quilt manufacture and design services for customers interested in high-quality quilts made of old T-shirts.

Elk Grove Village, United States - March 26, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Quilted Memories, an Illinois based manufacturer of high-quality quilts, announced an updated range of services for clients interested in custom quilts made of used T-shirts. Ideal for practical daily use or as a unique gift idea, the quilts are made using a high-precision technique and personalized according to the preferences of each customer.

More details can be found at https://mytshirtquilts.com.

The company enables customers to have custom designed quilts made out of their own T-shirts. To streamline the customization process, customers receive a design kit by e-mail so they can create a personalized design that meets their needs and preferences. Customization options available include everything from special materials to unique application techniques and any others.

All products are manufactured by experienced quilters using precise sewing techniques to ensure high standards of quality.

One of the factors that differentiates the products made by Quilted Memories is the high quality of the materials they use.

“Not only is our quilters’ experience unparalleled in our industry, but the quality of our materials also has no competition”, explained a spokesperson for the company. “We use the highest quality fleece to back all our t-shirt quilts. It creates a supremely warm and soft quilt! There is no comparison between our thick, soft fleece and the thin, cotton backing used by other t-shirt quilt companies.”

Part of the proceedings from the sale of each quilt go to the SEWonderful Quilts charity, an organization that makes high-quality quilts out of discounted fabrics and donates them to children with life-threatening diseases.

With the latest announcement, Quilted Memories continues to expand its range of high-quality quilt design and manufacture services for customers throughout the world.

The company’s master crafters have over 40 years of combined experience serving thousands of satisfied customers.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Diane Pawl
Email: Send Email
Organization: Quilted Memories LLC
Address: 283 Banbury Ave, Elk Grove Village, Illinois 60007, United States
Phone: +1-630-423-5996
Website: https://mytshirtquilts.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88951155

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