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Allyson on Jul 14, 20235 out of 5 stars
Love this! I put it where the fridge door opens against the wall to protect the wall over time. Functional and beautiful!
Kana on May 21, 20235 out of 5 stars
beautiful!! item came thoughtfully packaged and included the dowel to hang it. I love my new quilted wall hanging!
Heirloom quality meets modern design.
Hi! I'm Chelsea - I'm a Southern California based creator and artist. I began my career as a manicurist in Los Angeles. I've always had a passion for creating art...whether it's painting tiny nail canvases or quilting works of art for your home!
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Frequently asked questions
For wall quilts, it is recommended you spot clean only. Feel free to iron on a low setting to smooth out any wrinkles, and use a lint roller to do a light cleaning.
For blanket quilts, wash on a delicate cycle with cold water and a mild detergent. I recommend adding in a Color Catcher to keep the colors vibrant! Then, either dry on low until damp and air dry flat the rest, or you can air dry flat completely. Quilts will crinkle after a wash - you can either iron on a low setting to smooth them out or let them be - they add character!
Do you do custom work?
Yes! Please reach out to me directly and we can discuss what you have in mind. I love collaborating on one of a kind pieces for you or your home.
Gift wrapping and packaging
Quilts are thoughtfully shipped out in a recyclable mailer, and wrapped in recyclable paper as an added layer of protection. I do my best to produce my quilts with the least amount of waste possible and care for our environment the best I can!
How do I hang my wall quilt?
Included with each small wall quilt is a wooden dowel, so all you need is a nail or two and a hammer to hang!
With larger wall quilts, it is difficult to include the wooden dowel due to shipping expenses. They are available at most home improvement stores for under $5. I recommend using a dowel that is slightly shorter than the width of the quilt and at least 1/2" diameter.
Another option is to purchase online quilt hangers/clips, or use a curtain rod. There are tons of options!
Feel free to contact me if you need help.