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Exclusive, one-of-a-kind, quality quilt handmade by Sofia Roe, and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. This is a timeless keepsake which can be cherished by future generations.


All of my quilts are made to the highest standards using only the best quality materials and traditional methods. This quilt has been made using a double fold binding which is a reliable quilt finishing technique that involves sewing two layers of fabric around the edges of the quilt. This makes the quilt wonderfully durable and will protect the borders of the quilt. I have also finished the quilt with a mitred border for a picture frame finish.


This handmade quilt comes with a handmade, high-quality drawstring bag for transit and any periods of storage; and each of these items has a SOFIA ROE brand label sewn onto them.


As my quilts are handmade, some of the contrasting stitching may appear a little uneven in places. This common problem is mainly due to the fact that some fabrics tend to stretch and pull more than others, particularly during triple layered sewing. Nonetheless, all of my quilts are made to the highest standards, using only the best quality materials and traditional methods.

Ditsy floral quilt (95x80cm)

SKU: T24
  • 100% Cotton

    95 x 80 cm

  • Detergent

    I prefer to use a gentle detergent that is fragrance-free, along with dye-trapping sheets (colour catchers). The dye-trapping sheets are especially important when washing mixed colour combinations, so please don’t forget to use them.


    Washing Machine

    Load your quilt into the washing machine, then add the dye-trapping sheets (if the colour combinations are extreme, such as red and white, use more sheets).
    Add the detergent to your machine, taking care to use the appropriate amount of detergent, then set your washing machine on a gentle/delicates cycle using cool water.
    After washing, the quilt crinkle is perfectly normal. The crinkle occurs because the fabric shrinks slightly when washed and dried. You can try to iron out the crinkles on a low heat setting, but I prefer the cosy crinkles.



    I often air dry my quilts, but they can be very heavy after they come out of the washing machine and require a large flat surface for air drying. Instead, it is often easier to dry quilts in a household dryer on a low heat cycle.


    Now your quilt is crinkly and clean, and ready to snuggle!

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