Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Louis 'Shovelhead' Garrett makes a quilt out of donated panties

Posted By on Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 10:28 AM

click to enlarge Shovelhead doesn't want your farm-girl panties.
  • Shovelhead doesn't want your farm-girl panties.

A man in eastern Missouri has turned his appreciation for women's underpants into a quilt to keep warm all through the night.

Louis Garrett, of Louisiana, Missouri, told the Hannibal Courier-Post about his bizarre hobby, explaining that he only started quilting with unmentionables after he began dressing his mannequin collection in lingerie. That makes sense. See a video after the jump.



But don't get the wrong idea about Garrett, whose nickname is

"Shovelhead." He's a panty quilter with standards. He told the paper

exactly what kind of underwear he's looking for: "No polyester. I don't

want those cheap, dollar-store, not-sexy, farm-girl panties. I want

classy -- silk or nylon. You know, sexy. Victoria's Secret."

He added that he will never sell his kinky quilt because he has personal relationships with most of the women who give him their underwear. "That's kind of a weird sentimental value right there." It sure is.


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