Monday, June 26, 2017

Project Repat Lap Size Custom T-Shirt Quilt Giveaway - 2 WINNERS!


The T-Shirt Quilts from Project Repat are definitely jaw dropping creations. What a way fun and unique way to preserve your memories!

Project Repat t-shirt quilts are the most affordable t-shirt quilts in the world.  Each t-shirt quilt is cut and sewn in the United States and backed with soft, cozy PolarTec fleece. Once you purchase your t-shirt quilt, Project Repat will email you instructions for sending them your shirts. You have three months to send your shirts, and you may ask for an extension. These quilts can also be made in to a precious stroller blanket with baby clothes.  


You have your choice of panel size - 12x12 inches (standard) or 14x14 inches for XL shirts and large graphics. Their quilts come in various sizes - lap (16 panels), twin (24 panels), full (30 panels), queen (49 panels and king (64 panels).  You are also able to choose your PolarTec fleece color - Navy, Orchid, Light Blue, Gray, Red, Black and Green.  Want t-shirts on both side of your quilt and no fleece, no problem, that can be done!

These quilts are great for graduates, grandparents, dads, moms, businesses and more.  Check out Project Repat's testimonials.  Their glowing reviews speak for themselves.  Scroll down to the bottom of this page to read.  This is a well-loved company that delivers impeccable customer service.

Giveaway:  Project Repat is giving TWO lucky readers a free Lap Size (16 panels) Voucher!  A $74.99 value.

Giveaway open to US only.

ONE entrant per household/IP address.  We will not tolerate cheating using multiple email addresses.

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22 comments:

  1. I love the way I can take shirts that I've collected and treasure and make them into something useful. It's a may to utilize those treasures instead of being stuffed in a drawer some where.

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    1. Exactly, Kay! It's a great idea and a wonderful keepsake!

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  2. I love that Project Repat gives me a way to clear space in my husbands drawers without getting rid of his happy memories!

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    1. So sweet! I hope you have a chance to make one!

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  3. I have tons of t-shirts that are worn but I still adore, with Project Repat I can have them all my favorite tees together on a blanket that I can keep and cherish forever. And great for the environment.

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    1. Such a green option! Love that about Project Repat!

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  4. I love that the t-shirt quilt is backed with PolarTec fleece made out of recycled plastic bottles. Each yard recycles 23 plastic bottles that would otherwise end up in landfills!

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    1. I know...cool, right?! :) Thanks for your comment!

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  5. I love how easy it it to turn your favorite clothing into a beautiful blanket. I also like that the backing is made with super soft material.

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    1. So creative! I love their t-shirt blankets.

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  6. . Thousands of textile jobs have gone overseas and Project Repat is helping to bring them back to the United States I love that!

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  7. I love that Repat is short for repatriating textile jobs back to the USA, and that they want to turn all those t-shirts that were made overseas, into fair wage jobs here in the USA.

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  8. I love how you can save memories and cherish in the form of a blanket. What an awesome keepsake.

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  9. I love that you can put all your memories in one blanket!! This is seriously amazing!!!

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  10. My daughter has a very eclectic taste in music - I would love for her to have one of these made up with the likes of Depeche Mode to Barry Manilow to Garth Brooks & on & on - for her to recall the concerts she's been to over the years. Awesome idea!

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    1. That would be so neat! A concert quilt. Love that idea.

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  11. I like that it will reuse clothing into something meaningful to treasure!

    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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