Husband-and-wife team Bill Kerr and Weeks Ringle make heirloom-quality quilts by hand in Oak Park. Their company, Fun Quilts, has been commissioned to make designs for the American Folk Art Museum, and their work has appeared in the New York Times, Metropolitan Home, and TIME Magazine. We've seen these quilts in person, and they are meticulously detailed...
These custom quilts can be commissioned, and there are also a few sample quilts available at reduced prices. They make bold statements as wall hangings, but they're also 100 percent cotton and fully functional as bedspreads.
For every ten quilts that Bill and Weeks sell, they donate one to charity. If you can't afford a custom quilt, they also sell Many Hands Blankies for $75, made by developmentally disabled adults at CARC.
To view their entire gallery of quilts, click here.