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Capture them, share them and enjoy looking back on life’s special moments.
Family Quilt is a fresh and easy way to digitally capture your special family memories and preserve them forever in a private, online space - the trivial and triumphant, the wise and whimsical, the past and present.
Invite your loved ones to contribute and collaboratively piece together your very own Family Quilt, a patchwork of the memories that make your family special and unique.
Write your stories. Or if you prefer to talk, record the story. Make them short or long!
Include your favourite photos or your family favourite recipes.
Covering 7 themes, you’ll be underway before you know it.
All your memories, in your own beautiful Quilt. Built one story at a time. For you and your family to enjoy
Invite your loved ones to read your stories, ask you questions or add their own recollection of your memory.
Unlimited access to FAMILY QUILT for as long as you want,
Unlimited family members to share with.
Perfect to keep and to gift, make your stories and photographs into a beautiful book. From £40 per book - not included in subscription.
The idea behind Family Quilt came at a family dinner when my 90 year old father told memories of his youth. He loved telling his stories and we loved hearing them. It also made me realise how much I did not know about him! In the time that it has taken to bring FAMILY QUILT to life, our family has shared many more stories. My parents have shared old memories, and I have also started collecting those stories that will be our family memories when we grow older. Every time, it has been so rewarding and heart-warming to remember, to share and discover a bit more about us.
I wish you lots of laughter, joy, pride and may be tears collecting and remembering your own stories and sharing them with your family.
Family Quilt Founder
“I have really enjoyed collecting my stories - the reminiscing but also sharing with my children and my grandchildren. So many things I had forgotten, and also many I had never shared.”