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.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Quiltlove is donating 10% of proceeds from breast cancer support quilts to charity. Also on my calendar this October: community events and giveaways large and small (literally).
In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness month, I sat down with my friend to talk about how her life has changed since her daughter’s cancer diagnosis.
Go behind the scenes to learn about my process for creating handmade quilts, and what makes a Quiltlove quilt so special. From the highest quality materials, to durable design standards, my quilts are instant heirlooms.
In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Quiltlove is donating 10% of proceeds from all childhood cancer support quilts ordered by September 30 to the Children’s Cancer Research Fund (CCRF).
Do you know a child going through cancer? We are sharing our top five gifts for the littlest patients and previewing a special donation program for childhood cancer support quilts purchased in September.
Need to give a quilt in a hurry? We offer next day shipping on gift cards designed to match our beloved custom quilts. Think of them as an IO”Q”.
Retirement gifts should be personal (but not mushy), budget friendly and work for groups large and small.
Quiltlove partnered with the Alta Bates Comprehensive Cancer Center on a custom quilt featuring breast cancer patients’ artwork. It is designed to honor and inspire. Take a look!
Quiltlove customers have been rocking breast cancer support quilts this spring. Check out a few of my favorites from recent weeks. Because we’re not waiting for October to Think Pink.