Sources for Colorful Quilts

Sources for Colorful Quilts

Sarah Coffey
May 5, 2009

Quilts are a simple way to bring color into a bedroom. You can mix them up and change them out without a lot of work, and they create an instant focal point. For a few sources from high-end and handmade versions to less expensive options, click below...

The Purl Bee provides step-by-step instructions for several colorful quilts.
Denyse Schmidt Quilts for Sarita Handa range between $300 and $500.
Children's stores often stock colorful quilts that can be repurposed as adult bedding.
Anthropologie's quilt collection ($200 - $300) is always full of color and pattern.
Bill Kerr and Weeks Ringle make custom heirloom quilts ($1,000 - $6,000) in Oak Park.
• Unison's colorful Wideband and Track quilts are on sale right now for $63 - $82.
• The Company Store sells bright quilts between $100 and $200.

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(Image: The Purl Bee)

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