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Top 3 Ways to Take a Photo Review



One of the best parts of receiving your new MemoryStitch t-shirt quilt is getting to show your new keepsake off in front of your friends and family. When you receive your quilt, make sure to snap a photo with you and your quilt, so you can post it on your social media - and don't forget to share it with us as well!

Top 3 Ways to Take a Photo Review

1. Show us your smiling face

2. Use good lighting

3. Show off the t-shirt quilt

We love featuring YOUR photos!

We've compiled a list of the top 3 ways to take a photo review, so you can take the best photo and show it off to your friends and family - and us too!

Top 3 Ways to Take a Photo Review

1. Show us your smiling face

We want to see you WITH your quilt. The t-shirt quilt tells YOUR story, and we want to see how happy it makes you! Grab a friend to help you take the photo, or practice those awesome selfie skills! If it's a gift, take a picture of the recipient opening it - you'll never want to forget their reaction!

t-shirt quilt photo

2. Use good lighting

The best photos use natural lighting. If it's available, be sure to take advantage of natural light! If it's not available, make sure your photo is still lit up, so that everyone can see your beautiful quilt!

t-shirt quilt photo

3. Show off the t-shirt quilt

If you're going to take a photo with you and your t-shirt quilt, make sure the photo displays as much as the t-shirt quilt as possible! You selected each shirt to be in your t-shirt quilt, so each one must be very important. Make sure we can see them!

t-shirt quilt photo

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22 comments

  • My quilt came out beautiful! Thank you so much for all the time that you took to make it and bring all those memories to us thank you!

    Jo Ann Holcomb Guindon
  • This quilt tell our baseball story.
    We love it. Thank you

    Amy Vonfeldt
  • We love our daughter’s quilt and she was thrilled. It’s the perfect size too. Getting ready to start the next one!

    Karen Collins
  • I have been saving my sons sports shirts and jerseys along with any special shirts since he was 5. I wanted to have a blanket made for when he graduated high school. He loves it soooo much and was so surprised! I am amazed with the quality and will definitely be back for my other kids blankets.

    Jeni Moea'i
  • I ordered 4 quilts that I cut from my Dad’s shirts for his grandkids and one great grandkids they did an excellent job when I have them to the older kids they loved the idea of having a party of Grandpa with them. Plus I had a personalized inscription to them that when they miss him they can wrap up in it.

    Tressa Todd

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