To answer your other question, "What is your T-shirt made of/from?" Similar to the coat and wool scenario, I believe either can also be correct. "My T-shirt is made from polyester, rayon, and cotton," and "My T-shirt is made of polyester, rayon, and cotton," are both correct. At least in America, some prepositions are often interchanged in conversation. I don't think anyone is certain of what is grammatically correct as multiple prepositions sound good. At least with "made of/made from", you can get away with changing these and not sound strange. The only place you'd have problems is if you get an idiomatic phrase wrong. For instance, you must say, "Let's see what you're made of," instead of "Let's see what you're made with." If you say the latter, people won't understand you. Idioms are important to memorize and say correctly or you'll be laughed at.