But I had been having a hard time coming up with a good answer. So I did a little research...and finally came up with a good answer.
Before I tell you how much I charge, let's examine the time and effort that goes into making a t-shirt quilt:
- cutting out the tshirts (and sometimes ironing if they are wrinkly)
- laying out the proof design
- sewing the quilt top
- sandwiching and pinning the top, batting, and backing
- hand quilting each square
- making the coordinating binding
- sewing on the binding
- optional: shipping
- batting (I use 100% cotton)
- fabrics for backing and binding
So, now that you've seen what goes in to what I charge, here is the new formula I will use (instead of my previous formula of $ per shirt): (Length + height) x $2.5
If you want more information, visit my new Pricing page.