Is there anything more cosy and cottagecore, than sleeping underneath a patchwork quilt? We’ve rounded up our favourites including some new stockists. You’ll have to snap them up quickly though as in our experience, the prettiest ones sell out fast.
Alexandra Tolstoy’s shopping site has just introduced their first collection of antique quilts, starting from £1,000, including the history of each piece and date. Bear paw quilt from c1880s, £1,650
Join the LibertyCraftClub’s Emporium Quilt Projects and make the Merchant Brights Quilt and/or the Turod Quilt (below) with free downloadable PDFs to help you make your own quilt at home. LibertyLondon also sell quilt kits with their own house fabrics such as this Alice Caroline Bluebird quilting kit, £39.95
This pretty vintage double patchwork quilt (£150) has now sold out almost immediately Maison M put it on their site but do get in touch with Maison M here if you’d like them to source others for you.
This site has a selection of vintage quilts such as this mid-19th Century handmade crossroads in pink quilt, from around £1,000.
The Dorset Brocante will be online from 7pm on Friday 29 January until 7pm Sunday 31 January. One of 50 exhibitors to look out for is Jennifer Evans who will be selling a selection of antique French quilts. Floral lovers, be quick!
Also just launched are these hand-printed, reversible quilts in various colours. £225 from Wicklewood