How can you tell if a quilt is of good quality?
First of all, what does the fabric look like? Are the threads making up the fabric close together (called thread count or how many threads per inch (or centimeter))? Is the pattern intricate and look like a lot of time and effort has been put into creating the product? Are the fabrics chosen to blend well and the colour scheme pleasing to the eye? When you look closely, is the quilting hand or machine stitched (machine stitched quilts can be very good quality, but they don’t take as long to create because of machine stitching). Are the hand stitches small and even–this is most visible on the back? Are there any thread knots visible on either side? Is the binding (edging) neat and well done. Details are very important and “make or break” a product.
Our product pictures are such that you can enlarge them and see this detail. We want you to see those important details and be convinced of their quality.