Our kids have a lot of T-shirts! Many kids pick up their first T-shirt on the way out of the hospital after having just been born. After that they start getting T-shirts from their parent’s alma mater, from friends and families favorite sports teams, from grandparents and aunts and uncles. Then there are the shirts from Disney characters, cartoon characters, trucks and cars and fairy princesses. And that is all in just the first year of a kid’s life!
Quilts made from baby clothes are some of the cutest quilts we make. When a box of baby clothes come into the shop, we all ooh and aw over the clothes. Some of us are particular to girl clothes and other prefer the boy clothing. Whatever the gender, we delight in making these quilts.
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Each year we make 30 to 40 baby clothes quilts. Baby clothes quilts come in two varieties – simple and complex. A complex baby clothes quilt is exactly what the name says; it’s complex. We use all of the adorable parts of your baby’s clothes. We’ve used complete onesies, footie pajamas, bibs, hats, dresses, overalls, shoes and much more! The result is a quilt that reflects the personality of each clothing item.
One of the coolest products we make here at Too cool is a baby cloths pillow. We take your child's bibs, onesies, hats and other baby paraphernalia and turn them into a pillow.
What is a baby clothes quilt? A baby clothes quilt is made from the clothing of a baby generally from his or her first year of life.
We recently finished these two baby clothes quilts for a brother and sister. The kids are in their mid twenties today and their mom had the quilts made for Christmas gifts for each child. It’s not often that we make a boy and girl quilts at the same time. I thought it would be fun to compare the two quilts and look at what items we used to make them special. Color You can see right off that the boy’s quilt is much more blue than his sister’s quilt. His sister’s quilt is very pink.