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I love beautiful handmade quilts. Quilts show amazing artistry and workmanship. I live in an area with a large Amish population and it is fairly easy for me to find a quality handmade quilt locally, not everyone is so fortunate.
I have often thought about learning how to quilt, though I can’t sew a straight hem so I doubt quilting would be the hobby. I love the creative process of quilting, finding just the right fabrics to coordinate with each other and organizing the actual pattern.
I found www.quiltcreator.com, it is a website that allows you to select the quilt size, pattern and color scheme. Then, with the help of the webiste, you get to choose the placement of the different fabrics to create a one-of-a-kind quilt. Below is a screenshot of the baby quilt I created.
I chose the Tumbling Blocks Infant Quilt using the Flea Market Fabric Theme. I them had to choose 6 of the 16 fabrics in the Flea Market Theme. Using the simple drag-and-drop technology on the website I was able to move around my fabric choices until I was totally happy with their placement. You can also choose which fabric to use for the backing, if you want the quilt monogrammed and even what color thread you want used. My quilt would cost $154.99, not bad for a custom designed quilt (that I didn’t have to sew myself).
The quilts are handcrafted, 100% cotton overfilled with 250g of cotton (while standard quilts are usually 170g/cotton). Also, Quiltcreator is one of the few companies allowed by Cotton Inc. to carry the All Natural Cotton Inc. Logo. Quiltcreator give 1% of its proceeds to 1% for the Planet, an environmental charity.
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