Mother Nature Must Be a Quilter

The colors, textures and patterns of nature prove pretty convincingly that the earth itself is the largest patchwork quilt ever created. Wrap yourself in the mountains, meadows, beaches and woods that the great outdoors has stitched together and take a few essential quilted pieces on your adventures – Mother Nature would approve.

Love hiking or biking trails? A quilted backpack transports your water and power bars in style (also great for carrying binoculars if you are an ardent bird-watcher or your telescope if you gaze at the stars.) Or maybe your thing is lounging on the beach – a custom beach bag can be made big enough to hold your towel, your sunscreen and even that giant floppy hat you love so much! If you plan to snack while outdoors, pick your favorite fabrics and have Whimzie Quiltz create the perfect picnic blanket. You’ll enjoy al fresco dining even more when you have a tasty quilt to spread out on the ground.

More Inspiration…

Cyanotype, or light-sensitive, fabrics make stunning nature quilts, especially if you love a blue/white color scheme. Leaves and flowers placed on these specially treated fabrics are exposed to the sun which produces a permanent photographic imprint like a blueprint; the finished blocks can be sewn together into stunning blue and white botanical quilts.

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    WQ and You Charity Giving
    Because of caring Whimzie Quiltz customers like you, we are already $225 towards our goal of donating $500 to Doctors without Borders, an international medical and humanitarian organization, in 2010.

    Remember, my husband and I are contributing $25 for every free quilt design requested and $25 for every custom quilt ordered, as long as the design or the quilt includes WHITE fabrics. It costs you nothing, but each $25 donation based on your request will will help deliver health care and emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics and natural or man-made disasters in more than 60 countries.

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