jejuneQUILTS

Unsophisticated + Jejune Quiltmaker

Oregon, United States · 5 Sales

jejuneQUILTS

Unsophisticated + Jejune Quiltmaker

Oregon, United States 5 Sales On Etsy since 2015

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Announcement   Welcome to Unsophisticated + Jejune! The modern quilt shop that believes a splash of colour can do no harm, so come and browse our handmade quilts + home ware! Bring color into 2017!

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Last updated on 17 Feb, 2017

Welcome to Unsophisticated + Jejune! The modern quilt shop that believes a splash of colour can do no harm, so come and browse our handmade quilts + home ware! Bring color into 2017!

Hannah Jenkins

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Hannah Jenkins

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These quilts are so nice, I don't even want to sell them.

The shop is back in action after a longer than expected hiatus. Ready to bring color into the houses of 2017, lets lift spirits in these hard times. Because, you know...that thing that happened.

I make my quilts at my home, using low tech methods and techniques, just as I had learnt it. I tried out the modern quilting gadgets, but being a sucker for processes, it made me feel distant from the craft. I decided I would keep it old school by designing all my quilt patterns, cutting all fabrics by hand with scissors, and sewing and quilting on my domestic sewing machine. This very personal way of making ensures a high quality as everything that becomes a part of the quilt has passed through my hands at some point in the process. The resulting quilt is one of great sturdiness, yet these quilts are soft and will only get softer with continued use and washing. Quilts are good like that.

If you have any questions, I'd be happy to hear from you. I'm good like that.

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    Make the quilts and they will come.

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Last updated on 07 Feb, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Care instructions

Machine washable on cold and let it air dry flat.

I have washed the quilt once to ensure that it will not shrink or have any colours run.

Gift wrapping and packaging

I pack the quilt in tissue paper with decorative tape before putting it in a plastic bag to keep it safe from water damage, then it will be packed in a shipping parcel. The quilt is ready to give as a gift within the tissue paper.