This, my friends, is a pile of collars, cuffs, snaps, pockets, pleats, and seams from sixteen men's shirts. Incidentally, this is also the reason why I don't think I'll ever make a living making memory quilts, despite the fact that there is evidently a large market for them.
There isn't really a fast, efficient way to turn shirts into useable fabric that I know of- and if there is, someone please enlighten me, because cutting with scissors for hours on end is not my idea of a great time.
Thankfully, these shirts have yielded plenty of fabric for two throw sized quilts. There is really a lot of fabric in a shirt! I also think there are some really nice plaids and stripes in there, so hopefully these final two memory quilts will be as special as Western Kaleidoscope and Bricks and Mortar.