Yes, but after a decade of experience with machine quilting, we have found that one design works far better than the rest for t-shirt quilts. While other designs may seem good on paper, in practice an evenly spaced “stipple meander” is the least distracting in person and least likely to wrinkle the stretchy t-shirt fabric. It also allows us to go around certain areas of your shirts, like buttons, attachments, faces in images, etc without breaking the pattern.
Some may prefer to have no visible stitching across their shirts. This is very understandable but often results in saggy and dumpy looking quilts. This effect will be most visible in person and not in pictures (where they have been neatly spread out for presentation). That said, we can a stitch in only the corners of the squares instead of a meander all over it, which will be nearly invisible and secure the different layers of the quilt much better than no quilting at all. Simply request “Baste Quilting” when you order.