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  1. Hi everyone. I am new. Trying to figure what to charge to make her a T-shirt quilt. I also want to give my customer some options to cover the cost. So I was hoping to deduct for her to cut the t-shirts and give her a discount, then if she wants to fuse them, another discount. So, then I would just have to square them up, and continue the process. What do you think about that idea? and if so, how much discount should I give her? I do have a long arm and plan to e to e the quilting. I will do sashing and border and sew on binding by hand. What do you think? I like the $25 per hour cost.
  2. Are you still doing the TShirt quilts? If so, send me your contact info... I've been asked to do it for someone and don't have the time or interest anymore. meg fazio @ twcny . rr. com Remove the spaces....
  3. I am nearing the end of a roll of Warm & Natural batting and am researching what kind to buy next. I like the W&N just fine and I can get it at Joann's with a coupon, but I thought I would see what else might be out there, especially since I use the batting for tshirt quilts mostly. I wondered if a poly batting or a cotton/poly blend might make more sense and be more affordable for these types of quilts. What do you use? Thanks, Denise