4 cold quilt options
1. Camouflage Copper: This is a tough and weather resistant copper quilt made from water resistant cotton fabric with a camouflage coating. It’s great to take camping during cold nights when you need something comfortable to escape the cold. Plus, it’s lightweight enough to use anywhere as a throw pillow or pillow-top mattress.
2. Cotton Knit Patchwork: One of the lighter and more flexible Cold Quilts options, the Cotton Knit Patchwork is a unique quilt, handcrafted with wool and yoke combined with quilted cotton knit. Patchwork also makes use of patterned fabrics and sometimes unique designs to add to the craftsmanship charm.
3. Quilt Cotton Quilt: A versatile option, the Quilt Cotton Quilt is filled with a high cotton content to create a lighter material and reinforced with loops and other features to improve sealing. Two sides of the quilt are lined with quilted fabric to keep you warm and soft against your skin.
4. Micro Silk Quilt: This is a high quality cold resistant silk lining for quilts. High quality fabric made from silk filaments, in its smallest form, is used to produce this soft, lightweight fabric with a velvety feel. It is durable and very warm to keep you comfortable all seasons.
Step by step to make Cold Quilt
1. Start by choosing your fabric. You can choose a fabric of your choice and from various options such as cotton, jacquard, velvet, etc. You can also use fabric scraps or new fabric.
2. Cut the fabric into rectangles, following the size of your quilt. Each rectangle must be at least 6 inches tall. You can use a quilt router with a quilting die to achieve an even shape.
3. Hold two rectangles together. Fold the top part down a bit over the bottom part. Use a hand needle to sew the rectangles together.
4. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all rectangles are sewn.
5. You must now stuff your quilt. You can use wool, suede, or any material you like. Place the material between the layers of rectangles and start sewing all the rectangles together.
6. Make sure that all the rectangles are well joined and that the filling is properly distributed.
7. Now is the time to stabilize the quilt. Sew a line across the top and also along the sides to hold the material in place.
8. Finally, hem all four edges and work it to a professional finish. Your Cold Quilt will be ready!
What are the benefits of learning how to cold quilt?
1. It’s a Fun and Relaxing Project: Learning how to cold quilt is a great way to relax and have something creative to do on the weekends.
2. It’s Affordable: You can get cold quilt supplies at any craft store, and when putting together your project, you can use what’s in your closet or around your house.
3. It’s flexible: You can create your own design, pick and mix colors, and choose from different amounts of materials for a cold quilt to suit your personal preferences.
4. The results are satisfying: The quilts you produce will be appreciated by you and/or your family and friends, who will be valued even more thanks to your creations.
5. Improved Skills: Making cold quilts will help develop skills such as planning, creativity, performing complex tasks, visual memory and tracing control.
Cold quilt is an effective and robust way to cool temperature sensitive products – such as food and beverages – during transport and storage. The air mattress helps keep these items at a proper temperature so they can be preserved in compliance with regulations.
As the air cushion creates a humid and sealed space, it can also be used to relieve thermal stress suffered by plants in transport. Lastly, the use of cold quilts is a great alternative to Styrofoam packaging as it minimizes the use of plastic and other disposable materials.