Quiltlove offers a fun and simple way for groups to create meaningful gifts for loved ones. Our quilts have teddy-bear soft backings and are made to be snuggled in. They are machine washable/tumble dry and made in the USA. Some of our recent quilts are showcased below!
Quilts by Occasion
Quiltlove’s mission is to bring support networks together to create custom quilts for shared loved ones. Every now and then we break the rules and create a single family quilt featuring children’s artwork and they are just so beautiful. This particular quilt honors the most popular subjects the family’s young children learned about during their homeschooling experience (outer space, the rainforest, coral reefs!), prior to returning to the in-person classroom. We are smitten.Keep reading
A group of third graders made this quilt as a gift for their teacher to commemorate their distance learning environment and honor their teacher’s commitment throughout a very challenging year. Dubbed a “Zoom Quilt,” this heartwarming gift showcases students’ self-portraits, similar to what the class sees on their daily virtual classroom computer screens.Keep reading
A group of fearless kindergarteners created drawings of animals in yellows, oranges, browns and pinks for this very special quilt. We saw everything from giraffes and leopards to fish and flying dragons, not to mention a fair share of magical unicorns! This heartwarming quilt is a cozy and imaginative blanket that we think any young child would enjoy snuggling under. Sweet dreams!Keep reading
This class quilt made by a group of fourth graders includes scenes and characters from their favorite books! I spy references to beloved books like Charlotte’s Web, Green Eggs and Ham and Matilda. The one and only Harry Potter makes three appearances. There are also some surprising additions like Hawk Eye, Flippy the Fish and more. What a perfect blanket to snuggle up under with a good book!Keep reading
The second grade class of a northern California elementary school made this quilt as an auction item for a school fundraiser. Students were asked to draw “things you would find in a garden,” honoring and drawing inspiration from the school’s beloved garden. The quilt will be sold at a silent auction in the spring.Keep reading
A group of first graders made this quilt as a holiday gift for their teacher to commemorate their 2020 distance learning school environment. Dubbed a “Zoom Quilt,” this heartwarming gift showcases an array of self-portraits, similar to what their teacher would see on her daily virtual classroom computer screen.Keep reading
As part of a Valentine’s Day giving initiative, a class of third graders created art for a class mother who was battling breast cancer. The messages of love and courage paired with a color of palette of blues, maroon and pinks to create a one of a kind group gift. It was the group’s hope that the quilt would be a physical display of their warmth and support.Keep reading
Unable to celebrate at a traditional baby shower due to COVID-19 social distancing requirements, a group of friends’ children drew pictures of animals on squares for a one of a kind group gift to welcome the new arrival. This quilt brought whimsy, joy and social connection to the isolating experience of having a baby amid the coronavirus pandemic.Keep reading
A group of third graders made this quilt as a going away gift for a classmate who was transitioning to a new school. With depictions of the student’s love of Minecraft, this group gift included messages of love, support, humor and courage. It was the class’s hope that this quilt would be an enduring symbol of their connection to their classmate as he set forth on a new journey.Keep reading
As part of a Valentine’s Day giving initiative, a class of third graders created art for a class mother who was battling breast cancer. The messages of love and courage paired with a color of palette of blues and purples to create a one of a kind group gift. Liz Coyle, Quiltlove’s founder, cut her teeth interning for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer. It was an honor to create this quilt for a breast cancer warrior.Keep reading
A group of preschoolers made this quilt as a gift for their teacher who was expecting a baby girl during the school year. Created as a surprise for their teacher, the children loved being included in the preparation for baby’s arrival through this group gift.Keep reading
The Coziest Way to Show Your Support.