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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16 comments

  • We ordered three quilts and they are all wonderful! For my quilt, I used special t-shirts from old races and important events where I participated. My husband’s quilt honored his time in service by using the patches from his various work shirts. Lastly, we honored a fallen agent’s family with memorabilia from his time in service.

    Sue and Joe
  • I had a t shirt blanket made with my 50 before 50 challenge shirt. It looks terrific. What a GREAT keepsake!

    Christine Hendrickson
  • We had this blanket made for my Aunt who lost her only son unexpectedly in July 2020. Her son was a firefighter and paramedic for 15 years so we used a lot of of his old firefighter tee shirts. We are so impressed on how beautiful the blanket came out. My Aunt loves it.

    Jennifer McGuire
  • I got this quilt for my boyfriend because he had way too many shirts that didn’t fit but were too important to him to give away (everything from football shirts from high school to unique shirts collected on vacations). I have never seen him appreciate the sentimental value the way he did with this – my heart could have burst! He was wonderfully blown away and I know this quilt will have meaning for years to come! (we might even need a second one!)

    Emily
  • My daughter was so happy with her blanket . I arrived before Christmas! My husband was so impressed he has requested one for his birthday.

    Melissa

    Melissa

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