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Monday, November 21, 2016
Since we sold two quilts last week, I thought I should get to work replenishing our stock of baby gifts! I made two new baby quilts -- here is one of them! It is made with yellow and orange and blue squares with little elephants peeking through!
are Jerusalem quilters who have been quilting together since 2003. During this time, we have been sharing inspiration, equipment, and fabrics!
It took us a long time to learn how to appreciate what colors go together, how to choose darker fabrics to be more dominant features, and how to make sure that each and every project is unique and remarkable.
Baby gifts and so much more!
We have developed an entire repertoire of different styles, colors and sizes of baby quilts with matching changing pads. We have also created larger quilts for youth, single, or double beds, chuppot, and tote bags!
We offer: baby quilts in two sizes -- -- for the baby carriage -- 24 X 34 inches -- for the crib -- 36 X 44 inches playmats -- 36 inches square changing pads -- 18 X 24 inches.
In addition, we make TV or couch quilts, 44 X 60 inches, and youth quilts which are 54 X 72 inches, which is perfect for a child up to age 8.
All sizes are approximate!
All of our quilts are 100% cotton and fully washable.
Washable, but not 100% cotton -- coexistence quilts and changing pads.
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For a long time we have been interested in the subject of mutual respect and understanding between Jews and Arabs, all within Israel. We decided that our quilting should reflect this attitude and, as a result, we created what we are calling our "coexistence quilts" -- quilts that are made jointly by Jewish and Palestinian women. These quilts include an embroidered central element made by the women of "Desert Embroidery" of Laqiya which is a non-profit organization for the empowerment of Bedouin women in the northern Negev. The organization provides the women with a framework for getting together, hearing lectures about a wide array of subjects, and embroidering all sorts of projects for sale in their shop.
In order to see examples of these quilts, choose "coexistence quilts" from the index below.