It is important to note that many of these “quilt” jackets sold today are not actually made like a real quilt is. Traditional quilts take hundreds of hours to make, are put together with patchwork and carefully squeezed together with other layers of fabric. The jacket I got from Target, for example, is just cotton stamped with a quilt-like pattern (but for $ 30 I feel good about it). However, other jackets on the market are actually made from patchwork and quilting, and that explains why they typically cost a lot more. But in essence, all of these jackets look like you’re wearing a rug from your grandmother’s house – but in a cool way.
When I bought the Target jacket and some further research, I realized that these quilt-patterned and general patchwork jackets are taking over. From actual handmade coats to stylized puffers, we’ve put together the best quilt patterns and patchwork jackets so you can find your own without asking a scary well-dressed person on the internet.
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