To start, customers visit the Project Repat Web site (www.projectrepat.com) and select the size of their quilt, based on the number of T-shirts they want sewn together. Then they choose the color of fleece for the backing, enter their payment information, and place the order. Project Repat responds with detailed instructions for preparing the T-shirts and shipping them to one of its two contract manufacturing centers, the one in Fall River, Massachusetts, or the one in Valdeze, North Carolina. Once the T-shirts arrive, the company confirms the receipt of the T-shirts by sending an email to the customer. Within about a month, the new quilt made of old T-shirts is on its way back to the customer, ready to be enjoyed for the warmth and the memories.

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