- Get a quilt or pillows made from your favorite T-shirts
- Sustainable use for old clothes
- Quick turnaround time
About This Deal
Wear your heart on your sleeve on your bed on your barge with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $70 toward a quilt or pillows from Campus Quilt Company. This Groupon does not include the $20 flat shipping fee, but part of the value may be applied toward shipping.
Campus Quilt Company's garment surgeons Frankenstein your favorite T-shirts into commemorative quilts and pillows, allowing you to preserve memories while also resurrecting your wardrobe. Stuff a prepaid box—sent to you by Campus Quilt Company—with worn and weathered tees, and then ship them off for a total transformation. In two to four weeks, the castoff clothes will come back in quilt form, ready for use in bed concealing, body covering, or badger cuddling. Prices vary depending on the size of the quilt, with a nine-square blanket costing $129 and the 12-square version costing $155. Campus Quilt Company also offers wee quilts ($180+), which transform baby wear such as bibs, booties, and onesies into functional fabrics. All sizes of T-shirts can be used, and customers can specify whether they'd like a cloud or a loop pattern on their memory cloak.
If head holders are your preference, Campus Quilt Company also stitches T-shirts together for use as pillows. Turn an ex's T-shirt ($45 for one shirt) into a headrest for your new significant other, or relive sweet softball-team memories atop a giant pillow ($95 for four shirts). Parting with beloved ripped tees is wasteful, painful, and unnecessary—instead, savor sustainable and symbolic snuggle-throws with Campus Quilt Company.
- The quilt has amazing attention to detail and it’s apparent upon first glance. – Rave & Review
- No, this this [sic] is not a cute quilt it is an IMMACULATE quilt! Seriously, my when I received this quilt it the [sic] craftsmanship exceeded my expectations! I couldn't wait to show it to my husband. – Fabulous Fun Finds
- Still, I'm happy that my next relocation won't involve a debate between which Motley Crue shirt should get tossed, and I won't have to worry about holes in the back of my favorite Radiohead tee. For now, I'll have to fight the temptation to convert the rest of my closet memorabilia collection into another two or three quilts. – Robert Holmes, TheStreet