Anything that is quilted; esp., a quilted bed cover, or a skirt worn by women; any cover or garment made by putting wool, cotton, etc., between two cloths and stitching them together; also, any outer bed cover.
To stitch or sew together at frequent intervals, in order to confine in place the several layers of cloth and wadding of which a garment, comforter, etc., may be made; as, to quilt a coat.
To stitch or sew in lines or patterns.
A bedcovering generally made from sewing different fabrics together to create a design. Quilts are usually smaller than comforters and so usually need a bedskirt and shams if used as a top-of-the-bed covering. Because of their light weight, quilts make ideal bed coverings in the summer months. Quilts are even used as wall hangings to show off the hand work involved in creating a beautiful quilt.
a hand made or machine made bedcover consisting of three layers of textiles: a quilt top, a batting, and a backing layer
Quilts are made from sewing different fabrics together to make design. Patterns for sewing the pieces of fabric together are handed down through the generations. Quilts are usually smaller than comforters and so usually need a dust ruffle and shams if used as a top of the bed covering. Many times, because of their lightweight nature, quilts are used as bedcoverings in the summer, much like coverlets. Quilts are even used as wall hangings to show off the hand work involved in creating a beautiful quilt.
bedding made of two layers of cloth filled with stuffing and stitched together
stitch or sew together; "quilt the skirt"
create by stitching together
a bed covering made of two layers of fabric with some soft, warm material such as wool, down or cotton batting placed between them
a bedcover, usually made of a filling of felt, cotton, down, feathers, or something similar sandwiched
a bedcover with typically made from fabrics pieced and sewn together to create a decorative pattern
a bedspread or blanket made of two layers of fabric that is filled with a material, such as cotton, wool, feathers, or down, and is stitched together, usually in a decorative design
a blanket of love
a blanket or 'throw' or even a pillow made up of several squares of fabric sewn together in various designs or shapes
a blanket with a heartbeat
a decorative cover for a bed
a fabric design made by cutting shapes from one or more fabrics and sewing them on top of another piece of fabric
a pieced bedcover,like the type maybe your grandmother made,although there are new very inexpensive ones made in many many designs and many made to look like the older ones
a series of individually made squares, or blocks, which are sewn together to form a large blanket
a three-layer fabric bedcover
a warm bed covering made of three layers - a top, padding, and a backing
a wonderful way of using up leftover pieces of fabric, or making something new and useful from something old and seemingly past its functional life
A textile bedcover typically formed of three layers: a decorated top, a plain backing, and a fluffy filling between them. The layers of a quilt are usually sewn together with stitches through all the layers; alternatively, they may be tied or "tacked" together with yarn knots.
Bed covering created by sewing swatches of fabric together to create a patterned top layer which is attached to a thermal (usually cotton or polyester fiberfill) middle layer and contrasting or matching bottom layer.
A bed covering made of scraps of fabrics sewn together with a decorative cross stitch design
A fabric that is hand or machine stitched in layers of fabric with a filling material in-between. Fillings are usually cotton batting, wool, down or synthetic fiberfill.
Quilting is a method of sewing or tying two layers of cloth with a layer of insulating batting in between. A bed covering or similar large rectangular piece of quilting work is called a quilt. ;
A bed coverlet or blanket made of two layers of fabric with a layer of cotton, wool, feathers, or down in between, all stitched firmly together, usually in cross-stitch design.
A bedcover with fabrics pieced and sewn together to create a decorative "topper." Batting is inserted between the topper and the backing, sewn together, then quilted with an often decorative pattern of tiny stitches. Most PBteen quilts are quilted by hand, prewashed for softness and sun dried to create a distinct, mild puckering of the fabric, which enhances their heirloom appearance.
The quilt is a top layer of the mattress made of light foam or fibers stitched to the underside of the ticking, and provides the immediate soft texture that the user feels when lying on a mattress. The quilt can be firm or soft and plush. The protective fabric cover, which encases the support and comfort layers of the mattress, is called ticking. It is usually made to match the foundation and comes in a wide variety of colors and styles. Most ticking is made of synthetic fibers like polyester, latex and acrylic, or of natural materials such as cotton, silk & wool. The ticking produces the look and feel of the mattress, so it is usually soft to the touch and attractive to the buyer (at least that is what manufacturers intend to create). Choosing a mattress There is no proven scientific way of finding the right mattress, so the best advice is to try it out.
A bed covering that is composed of two layers of fabric and a layer of batting in between. Find a quilt.
A quilt is a type of beddingâ€” a bed covering composed of a quilt top, a layer of batting, and a layer of fabric for backing, generally combined using the technique of quilting. Another technique for securing the quilt layers is tying. Tying refers to the technique of using thread, yarn or ribbon to pass through all three layers of the quilt at reqular intervals.