Are you looking for a meaningful and lasting gift to give a loved one this Christmas? Order them a custom quilt and we will ship our adorable holiday gift card within one business day. This no-stress approach allows you to bring together your group and create artwork for the custom squares on your own schedule, while still having a sweet and unique gift under the tree.

Custom Quilts Make Ideal Holiday Gifts

Whether you are considering a gift for a parent, grandparent, child or teacher, a custom Quiltlove quilt is sure to warm their hearts. Custom quilts check all the holiday gifting boxes:

  • Personal: Quilts are made to order and contain your custom images, making them truly one of a kind creations.
  • Lasting: I make all quilts by hand, using premium materials, designed to last for generations to come. You can be confident that this quilt will stand the test of time.
  • Affordable: At $25/square, quilts fit most budgets, especially when given as a group gift.
  • Cozy: Backed with the softest sherpa, they will want to snuggle under this blanket all season long.

Last Minute Gifts Can Still Be Meaningful

The holidays are hectic. Between holiday shopping, parties, travel, meal preparation and more shopping, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. It is also only natural for some gifts to fall to the last minute.

Give yourself a break. You are human, after all. Take confidence knowing that just because you’re ordering a quilt close to Christmas, it will still be one of the most meaningful gifts you can give.

Consider Making Quilt Squares as a Holiday Activity

I love the idea of using a family gathering, or time off from work and school, to design quilt squares as a group. This could be done as an activity with extended family members, or your circle of friends. Similar to gingerbread decorating parties, or other family traditions, hosting a creative activity is wonderful excuse for bringing everyone to the table. Hint, hint: it’s also a lot easier to plan than a dinner.

Simply print out copies of the artwork template for your quilt, have some fresh markers or pens on hand and you’re good to go. Bonus points if you want to pour a little eggnog.

How is your holiday planning going? Do you have tips for hosting a quilt square decorating party? I would love to hear from you!

As always, thanks for reading.


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