Celebrating the life of "Bee" with Janiebee Quilted Nap Mats
A quilter since the age of 10, I wanted to combine my art with something fun, easy to care for and useful. In 2009, My sister, Emily, in Mississippi, asked me to make a nap mat for Emma, my niece.
After some research, then LOTS of prototypes, I came up with a 2" thick, 21" wide 53" long, quilted nap mat. High quality quilters' cottons are sewn in strips and a minky brand blanket and pillowcase are attached. The whole thing rolls up like a sleeping bag.
There's nothing else like it!
Why Janiebee? My mother's name is Jane and my dad affectionately calls her "Janie" . On July 31, 1999, my niece, Sarah Beth, (Emily's first daughter) was tragically killed in an auto accident. We all called her "Bee".
Janiebee is the celebration of Sarah's life and the joy that all little girls (and boys) bring!
Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator
Mother of 3, wife of 34 years, Chief Napper, Interior Designer, Writer, Nap Mat maker. I'm from Amory Mississippi, and I have lived in Atlanta since 1985. Sewing since I was 10 and making Janiebee Quilted Nap Mats since 2009.
Sam Maxfield and Mercy Uribe
Sam Maxfield, our newest addition and Mercy Uribe. These are my JanieBEES! Fantastic seamstresses and both very creative, supportive and a pleasure to work with.
Marketing, Vendor Relations, Financial Advisor
My husband of 34 years is my secret weapon and has been my biggest support system since my dream finally became a reality. A fantastic partner and my best friend. I couldn't do any of it without him.
Hilary and Hailey
Marketer, Photographer, Public Relations
My gorgeous daughters, Hilary & Hailey who help promote Janiebee are my true inspiration. Hilary is a publicist, for Liz Lapidus PR in Atlanta, and Hailey, teaches Kindergarten in Dekalb County, Georgia.
We use designer cottons, minky brand polyester and poly batting for the inner pad. The safest and thickest nap mat we know of!
Please feel free to convo me with any questions or concerns.
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