Give the most heartfelt gift this holiday season with Quiltlove. A great group gift for grandparents, our quilts can include drawings, messages, family photographs, pictures of memorabilia and more!
Are you interested in supporting a friend with breast cancer? This October, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we are joining the fight against this terrible disease and supporting the breast cancer community in a few special ways. Whether the breast cancer patient in your life is on Team Pink, or Team Anything But Pink, we have suggestions for ways to make a meaningful difference in their lives.
We sat down with Kathy Walton, the mother of a cancer survivor, to learn first-hand what to do when a friend’s child has cancer.
We’ve got five tips to make your childhood cancer support quilt the most meaningful gift you will ever give.
A Quiltlove quilt is the most meaningful (and cozy!) childhood cancer gift you can give. Wrap a young cancer patient in love with Quiltlove.
Our cancer gift guide offers ten of our favorite ways to support someone who has been diagnosed with cancer.
Organize a Quiltlove quilt for just $25 until January 31!
The days are short and the temperatures are cold, making it the perfect time to snuggle up in a custom quilt. So go on and let your love light shine this winter!
What better way to show your love this holiday season, than by surprising a loved one with a custom quilt? Quiltlove quilts make wonderful group gifts for grandparents and other special family members. Make your quilt a treasured family heirloom by adding custom artwork, snippets of handwriting, photos, and images of meaningful family memorabilia. IfContinue reading “Wrap a loved one in Quiltlove this holiday season!”
We frequently think about supporting people who are ill, in the thick of a life event, or on the road to recovery. But what about their caregivers? A new book offers insight into the grueling role of unpaid family caregivers and what friends, families and even strangers can do to help.
As we mark one year of coronavirus changing all of our lives, our appreciation for teachers has never been higher. To the teachers in the room: I love you.