Danish hygge (roughly translated as cosiness) is a word that I’m hearing more and more. In essence, hygge means creating a warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people. Grand! The Danish Christmas is THE season for hygge and I can vouch that my Danish friends always have the warmest festive welcome. Hygge though is not just for Christmas and the new Spring is marked by Danes refreshing their homes outside and in. So, once the garden is tidyed up, with new bulbs planted, interior schemes are spring cleaned and refreshed with new cushions and furnishings.
With Spring hygge in mind, here is a sneak peek of my new quilted shirt quilts, in refreshing colour schemes;
These lighter weight reversible quilted shirt quilts are stitched with British shirt fabrics of the finest quality. There are currently two contemporary designs and colourways to choose from; Oxford Blues Concentric design and Fife Brushed Cottons Geometric motif, both of which will fit well in lots of (Spring) interior schemes. These quilts are being stitched for me in Greater Manchester and like all my Quilts& products, even the wadding which is made from recycled materials, is Made in Britain. And as with all my quilts, these quilted shirt quilts are big enough to cover a double bed comfortably at 190 by 145cm, as well as ideal for cosying up in too!
To celebrate Spring having finally sprung, and for the launch of my NEW Quilted Shirt Quilt throughout April they are yours for a special price of £255. (From May, the RRP will be £355)
Incidentally, did you know the majority of my fabulous photos are taken by the talented wedding photographer; Jo Bradbury
Thanks Jo x
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