Disclaimer: I received a free Project Repat quilt this year through my partnership with FitFluential.All opinions are my own! #KeepItReal
Happy Friday! Tis the season for bloggers to share their “Holiday Gift Lists” (you can find my gift guide here)! Project Repat made my list so today I wanted to share more information about the company and the product!
My first experience with Project Repat was last year. I ordered a Full size blanket and I was so impressed! It only took a few weeks for the quilt to be designed and shipped back to me. I often use that blanket when I am watching TV, especially during a Netflix marathon 🙂
So what is Project Repat?
Project Repat turns your t-shirts into awesome quilts. Although we may not wear all of our race shirts, they are still a representation of a race. For me, the race shirts are great memories. I never like to donate race shirts, so a blanket is a great way to keep your shirts, while also preserving this race day memories!
Project Repat offers 5 different sizes for their quilts:
Lap – 16 panels
Twin – 24 panels
Full – 30 panels
Queen – 49 panels
King – 64 panels
The word ‘panels’ refers to the number of shirts. You can use the front, back or both sides of a shirt (if you use both sides of the shirt, that counts as 2 panels). Because race shirts usually have wirting or images on the front and the back, you have to decide which side of shirt you want. To make this easier, you basically just cut the one side of the shirt that you want. You can find more information about cutting the shirts here. The process of cutting the shirts took way less time this year than last year (maybe I’m a pro now ? lol).
I’m also a big fan of the entire design process (as seen below). I have a lot of trust in a company that truly believes in the ‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’ process from start to finish!
Here is the finished project!
If you’re looking to get a quilt as a holiday gift to yourself, you can save 15% by clicking here (referral link).
Let me know, how do you preserve your race day memories?