Get Well Soon Quilt

Give the gift of support with a custom quilt

A loving way for family and friends to embrace a new baby, an injury or illness, a marriage, a send-off, a holiday, or just about any special occasion.

Our Process

How it Works

An organizer identifies a group interested in giving a quilt to a shared friend or family member.

Members of the group individually purchase squares ($25 each) for the patchwork quilt. 15 squares must be purchased for the quilt to be sewn.

Project participants draw pictures for their squares and email them to Quiltlove to be digitally printed on white fabric.

Quiltlove sews the squares into a custom quilt and ships it to the recipient for FREE, with a card listing the names of everyone who participated.

The Coziest Way to Show Support.

“Truly Beautiful”

Wow! This is truly beautiful! This is an amazing piece of art.


“Gorgeous Creation”

This is INSANELY beautiful. I think she is going to melt into a puddle on the floor when she sees this gorgeous creation!!!!


“Amazing Job”

I love all the amazing and encouraging artwork the 3rd graders did…. What an amazing job! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!


Our Commitment

For every 10 quilts purchased, we donate 1 to a child with a serious medical condition.

Recent Quiltlove group gift occasions: Anniversary. Birthday. Brain cancer. Breast cancer. Colon cancer. COVID-19. Graduation. In loving memory. Leukemia. Loss. Marriage. Memory loss. Mental health. New baby. New school. Retirement. Stroke. Teacher appreciation.

Made by Hand in the USA

We blend the time-honored tradition of quilting with the power of modern technology to make custom quilts for a range of special occasions. Our quilt making process is designed for groups, bringing support networks together to create personal, heartfelt gifts. We believe in the power of community and the value of handmade goods.

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Organize a quilt for just $25 with our Warm Up the Winter special. Offer expires 1/31/22.