Get 30% Off a Project Repat T-Shirt Quilt ~ The Perfect Grad Gift

A CertifiKid deal we know you'll love!

By Macaroni KID January 30, 2023

When Kim Humphrey, CertifiKID's Chief Operating Officer, was searching for the perfect graduation gift for her son, she turned to Project Repat. Project Repat takes T-shirts and creates high-quality, affordable quilts that provide a lifetime usable keepsake. 

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"Caden loves his and even took it to college with him," she said. Now she's looking at ordering a second quilt for her middle child, who is graduating this year.

Hear from more happy Project Repat customers:

Save 30% on a Project Repat quilt now with a discount voucher from our sister site, CertifiKID.

How does it work?

Project Repat takes all those T-shirts representing special events or memories and turns them into high-quality, affordable quilts that provide a usable keepsake. They do it by taking a perfect square from each of your shirts, using the BEST parts of the shirts, and sewing them together on the front of the T-shirt quilt.

They can use T-shirts, dry-fit shirts, jerseys, sweatshirts, polos, flannel, button-downs — anything that's soft and has enough fabric to use. 

This is a purchase you can feel good about, too, since each yard recycles 23 plastic bottles that would otherwise end up in landfills.

Plus, your blanket is carefully crafted by designers, cutters, and sewers who earn a fair living wage in the United States.

A Project Repat quilt is a meaningful gift that commemorates a special graduate's high school or college years. It also makes a unique birthday or holiday gift.

The Super Amazing Deal We Know You'll Love:

Blankets are available in three sizes, all at 30% off:

  • Lap Size Blankets (requires 16 sides of shirts): $53
  • Twin Size Blankets (requires 24 sides of shirts): $78
  • Full-Size Blankets (requires 30 sides of shirts): $92

Note: They only need the designated number of sides of shirts (front or back), not full t-shirts. For example, a 5' x 6' blanket can be made with 15 full t-shirts using the fronts and backs, 30 shirts just using one side, or any combination in between.

Snuggly T-Shirt Quilt - Made From Your Shirts! 

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