Note: Due to Hurricane Harvey reconstruction we are not accepting any commissioned quilts until further notice. Pardon our dust while we remodel.
Sometimes it’s hard to let go….
Saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy. We cherish every moment, relive the memories, hold on to a special photo or keepsake to remind us of the one we love.
We love and miss them and hold them dear to our heart…
What if you could literally wrap yourself up in memories?
The Quilt Rambler has been privileged through the years to help families remember their loved ones with a comfort quilt made from their loved one’s clothing. It would be our honor to help you tell the story of your loved one in a memory quilt.
What does it take to make a quilt?
A few favorite shirts, pants, tops, even pj’s – an article of clothing that says “I remember when they wore that!” In other words, any article of clothing that will bring a smile to your face, maybe even a tear to your eyes, but mainly bring comfort as you wrap up in the familiar clothing transformed into a memory quilt. Feel the love… Kinda like a hug from heaven when you need it most.
What does it cost and what sizes are available?
We offer different patterns to meet your needs. Many of our clients have chosen a simple throw made with big blocks from favorite outfits or perhaps blocked sewn together from several articles of clothing. Most of the memory quilts are pieced similar to our t-shirt quilts and follow that same pricing method.
A memory quilt is as unique as the person it represents
We are more than willing and able to work with you on a unique design.
Contact us to discuss your memory quilt. We are here to assist you in bringing comfort to you and your family during your time of loss.
Below are a few photos of recent memory quilts.
Visit our blog to read about stories of others who have found comfort in a Memory Quilt made by The Quilt Rambler. We would love to tell your story, one quilt at a time.
We are here to assist you in being comforted by memories of your loved one. Contact us today and let the healing begin.
Take a look at this heart-warming story from a dear friend of mine. Lulu’s MuuMuu’s Memory Quilt