Recently, the mother of a kindergartener contacted me to see about giving a quilt as a Get Well Soon teacher gift. Learn more about how we made a quilt for a beloved educator, featuring drawings from her biggest, little fans.
Thanks to the longevity of a Quiltlove quilt, our minimal waste process, solar powered studio and more, our quilts are a sustainable gift you can feel good (and green) about giving.
In Lindsay Gardner’s new beautifully, chilling essay, The First Days, she recounts the three weeks following her breast cancer diagnosis. Read excerpts of her piece here.
While the patient is the epicenter of the storm, her support network also faces a barrage of wind and rain. Today I’m sharing ideas for breast cancer gifts you can give when all you want to do is curl up and cry.
Is someone in your life going through treatment for ovarian cancer? Join Team Teal and show her some love and support.
The cost of materials have skyrocketed, resulting in the need for me to raise prices. Order a quilt before Feb. 15 to take advantage of 2023 deals. PS. They are still one of the most affordable group gifts you can give.
Personalized quilts make ideal retirement gifts for women. And not just because office thermostats are commonly set for a man’s metabolism!
Are you looking for a last minute gift? Our holiday cards ship next day.
Order today and relax, knowing you will have the most meaningful and unique gift under the tree!
Research shows that people are consistently happier to hear from us than we anticipate, especially when the outreach is unexpected. The holidays present a natural opportunity to expand our social connections, for the good of everyone.
When it comes to the ideal Christmas gift, group quilts check all the boxes. Heirloom quality, personalized, affordable and cozy. What’s more, for every 10 quilts sold, I donate 1 to a sick child, making your gift that much sweeter.
I attended the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event in Santa Clara, California on Saturday and the energy was nothing short of electric. Here are my top three takeaways from a moving day, among a wonderful community.
What pinkwashing is, why it matters, and how to wrap breast cancer patients in love and support this October, and beyond.