Folk Art: Quilts for Sale

We have talked about pricing our work here before.
I found a whole set of quilts featured on One King’s Lane and they inspired me. I always enjoy seeing people selling their work on a commercially viable (even THRIVING) site. These quilts reminded me of the conversation that we were having about valuing our work and even how to talk about our work: Folk Art is my new favorite term.
Pink, White & Yellow Quilt
Chris Rucker is an artist and designer based in New York City. He is a partner in the design+build firm AR & DEE, and produces furniture and design objects under the name RUCKERCORP. A designer and artist who works across many different disciplines, Chris produces furniture, fixturing, architectural spaces, design objects, and sculpture.

The Parchment Quilt. $1599
Pauline Boyd is a Los Angeles-based textile artist and designer who creates primarily freestyle quilts. She is the founder of Counterpane, a line of home goods and quilted works.

And then, a circle quilt, of course, you know I have a penchant for a good circle quilt.


This quilt is substantially less. Water Color Quilt $149.00. It is a crib quilt. By Hopewell design workshop of Eliza Kenan and Claire Oswalt

All of these quilts were featured in a article on Folk Art in Fabric. If you have not gone out to One King’s Lane yet, I highly recommend it. The sight is SO well organized that you can really refine what you are looking for. Enjoy!

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