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Nature Themed Crib or Toddler Quilt for Boy with Deer, Trees, and Arrows, featuring Hello Bear by Bonnie Christine for Art Gallery Fabrics

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This quilt measures 41" x 57", making it perfect for a little boy's crib or toddler bed. It has a woodland theme and features deer, trees, leaves, and arrows in blue, gray, mint, and tan from Art Gallery Fabric's Hello Bear collection. The background fabric is Kona Snow and the binding is dark gray (Kona Smoke) with a splash of blue (Kona Teal Blue). The back of this quilt is done in Kona Ash, a lighter gray color. The batting is Warm and White 100% Cotton batting.

This quilt is quilted using a series of vertical lines. There is enough quilting to ensure the quilt will withstand daily use and washing, but no so much that the quilt becomes stiff. The binding is double fold and is machine stitched to the front and back using a matching gray thread.

This quilt has been run through a rinse cycle and dried on low heat, giving it the soft crinkly look that all quilts will get once washed. The quilt can be machine washed in cold water and tumble dried on low heat.

The matching throw pillow, seen in the final picture, is not included in the purchase.

The quilt will ship in a USPS Flat Rate box. Please contact me if you have any questions! You can read my shop policies to find out more information about the process of making and pricing my quilts.

The pattern for this quilt can be found here https://www.etsy.com/listing/235810468/bow-and-arrow-quilt-pdf-pattern-in-baby?ref=shop_home_active_1

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This quilt measures 41" x 57", making it perfect for a little boy's crib or toddler bed. It has a woodland theme and features deer, trees, leaves, and arrows in blue, gray, mint, and tan from Art Gallery Fabric's Hello Bear collection. The background fabric is Kona Snow and the binding is dark gray (Kona Smoke) with a splash of blue (Kona Teal Blue). The back of this quilt is done in Kona Ash, a lighter gray color. The batting is Warm and White 100% Cotton batting.

This quilt is quilted using a series of vertical lines. There is enough quilting to ensure the quilt will withstand daily use and washing, but no so much that the quilt becomes stiff. The binding is double fold and is machine stitched to the front and back using a matching gray thread.

This quilt has been run through a rinse cycle and dried on low heat, giving it the soft crinkly look that all quilts will get once washed. The quilt can be machine washed in cold water and tumble dried on low heat.

The matching throw pillow, seen in the final picture, is not included in the purchase.

The quilt will ship in a USPS Flat Rate box. Please contact me if you have any questions! You can read my shop policies to find out more information about the process of making and pricing my quilts.

The pattern for this quilt can be found here https://www.etsy.com/listing/235810468/bow-and-arrow-quilt-pdf-pattern-in-baby?ref=shop_home_active_1

Like me on Facebook for sneak peeks at new quilts and for information about upcoming sales.
www.facebook.com/quiltsbycatherine

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Made to Order quilts sell for the price listed. If you would prefer to put a non-refundable deposit down on the quilt (generally $50) while I begin working on the quilt, please contact me. I will immediately start work on your quilt, and will have it ready to ship based on the time frame stated in the listing. Once the quilt is complete, I will create a custom listing with pictures of the finished quilt along with the remaining amount due, plus shipping charge. The quilt will ship once final payment is received. If final payment is not received within 10 days of posting your final listing, the quilt will be posted to my store for anyone to purchase, and you will lose your deposit. Should you decide that you no longer wish to purchase the quilt at any point in the process, you will forfeit your deposit.

Payment schedule for custom quilts will be discussed during the process of creating a custom order. In general, the same rules apply for Custom quilts as Made to Order quilts (see above).

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Shipping policies

Ready to Ship quilts will be shipped within 1-2 business days from the time of purchase according to the method stated in the product description (usually USPS Flat Rate Boxes). The quilt is placed in a plastic shipping bag for added protection during shipping.

Made to Order quilts will ship within the time frame stated in the listing, or at the date previously arranged through conversations with buyer.

Custom quilts will ship according to the timetable previously arranged through conversations with buyer.

Additional policies

What are Made to Order Quilts? How do these differ from Custom Quilts?
A Made to Order quilt is for a quilt that I have made before. The final price is shown in the listing. The original quilt has probably sold, but I have enough fabric to make the same quilt again. The listing pictures will be of the original quilt, so fabric placement may vary slightly. Some Made to Order quilts can be custom made in different colors. See the item description for more details.

A quilt becomes custom when a customer wants to make any changes to a quilt they see in my shop, or when they contact me with a completely new idea. The final price will be discussed with the customer. I am always open to making adjustments to any of my quilts to suit your colors and style.

Why do prices of your quilts differ?
I price all of my quilts individually based on the price of materials used (fabric, batting, thread) and the time spent making the quilt. Most quilts take me between 15 and 20 hours to make. I always shop for the best deals on materials to help keep final cost down, but I will always use high quality fabrics and battings in my quilts.

Why does it take so long to make a quilt?
The quilting process involves many steps. Once fabric has been delivered, I measure and cut all the pieces with a rotary cutter. The time spent doing this varies with the complexity of each project, but can take several hours if there are lots of different fabrics or lots of different shapes. Then I piece the fabric into the quilt top. This again varies along with the complexity of the pattern being used, but usually takes around 5-7 hours. Once the top is complete, I must baste all the layers together. This process takes about an hour and ensures the quilt will not bunch or shift while quilting. Next comes quilting, which permanently holds the quilt top, batting, and backing together. This process takes several hours. The final step is binding, which is the finished edge around the quilt. It also requires cutting and piecing fabric to make a long continuous strip of fabric. The binding is then sewn to the front and back of the quilt. Binding usually takes 1-2 hours.

How can I make a custom quilt more affordable?
The biggest influence on my prices tends to be fabric. A larger quilt will require more fabric. In general, solid fabrics cost less than printed/patterned fabric. Also, picking fabrics within the same collection can be more affordable as bundles are often sold with a slight discount.
What are Made to Order Quilts? How do these differ from Custom Quilts?
A Made to Order quilt is for a quilt that I have made before. The final price is shown in the listing. The original quilt has probably sold, but I have enough fabric to make the same quilt again. The listing pictures will be of the original quilt, so fabric placement may vary slightly. Some Made to Order quilts can be custom made in different colors. See the item description for more details.

A quilt becomes custom when a customer wants to make any changes to a quilt they see in my shop, or when they contact me with a completely new idea. The final price will be discussed with the customer. I am always open to making adjustments to any of my quilts to suit your colors and style.

Why do prices of your quilts differ?
I price all of my quilts individually based on the price of materials used (fabric, batting, thread) and the time spent making the quilt. Most quilts take me between 15 and 20 hours to make. I always shop for the best deals on materials to help keep final cost down, but I will always use high quality fabrics and battings in my quilts.

Why does it take so long to make a quilt?
The quilting process involves many steps. Once fabric has been delivered, I measure and cut all the pieces with a rotary cutter. The time spent doing this varies with the complexity of each project, but can take several hours if there are lots of different fabrics or lots of different shapes. Then I piece the fabric into the quilt top. This again varies along with the complexity of the pattern being used, but usually takes around 5-7 hours. Once the top is complete, I must baste all the layers together. This process takes about an hour and ensures the quilt will not bunch or shift while quilting. Next comes quilting, which permanently holds the quilt top, batting, and backing together. This process takes several hours. The final step is binding, which is the finished edge around the quilt. It also requires cutting and piecing fabric to make a long continuous strip of fabric. The binding is then sewn to the front and back of the quilt. Binding usually takes 1-2 hours.

How can I make a custom quilt more affordable?
The biggest influence on my prices tends to be fabric. A larger quilt will require more fabric. In general, solid fabrics cost less than printed/patterned fabric. Also, picking fabrics within the same collection can be more affordable as bundles are often sold with a slight discount.

Nature Themed Crib or Toddler Quilt for Boy with Deer, Trees, and Arrows, featuring Hello Bear by Bonnie Christine for Art Gallery Fabrics

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  • Handmade item
  • Length: 41 Inches
  • Width: 57 Inches
  • Material: Cotton
  • Feedback: 46 reviews
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