Willow Creek Memory Blanket Review & Giveaway

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I can’t believe how fast Kora & Logan are growing up. It seems like just yesterday we had two children under the age of two. Now they are 7 and 6 and growing more every day. I’ve found myself saying quite often lately that time moves faster once you become a parent. I’ve been reminding myself to slow down every now and then to cherish the memories and special moments because they do seem to fly right by.

That’s why I was excited to be offered the chance to review and give away a Willow Creek Studio Baby Memory Blanket. These memory blankets are so precious. They are stitched together from a collection of your children’s favorite clothing. When I first went on the site and browsed the photo gallery it took my breath away. Seeing what they can do with treasured keepsakes is incredible.

Willow Creek StudioFor my 32″ x 32″ blanket I needed to put together a collection of 16 pieces of clothing. I went to our attic, pulled out the bags that I keep Kora & Logan’s outgrown keepsake clothing in and did my best to pick out 16 pieces. It was tough but I did it. Then I mailed it off to Willow Creek Studios.

I must confess that I was a bit nervous to send the items in the mail but they let me know not long after that the clothing had arrived. Then in just over a week I had the clothing back all sewn together in this amazing memory blanket.

Willow Creek Studio Memory BlanketIsn’t it beautiful and so cute at the same time?

They did a fantastic job with it and I really appreciated how they took the time to lay it out. As you can see Mickey and Minnie are in opposite corners, the two cartoony Santa shirts are next to each other, and the two Christmas themed pieces are side by side at the top as well. I loved that they put so much thought into the layout, it really means a lot.

All of these shirts, dresses, and onesies all hold special meaning and this blanket will be truly treasured in our family. Starting from the top left…

  • The Cleveland Browns sweatshirt was one Logan wore often when he was chilly last winter.
  • The green velvet dress with the gingerbread house was Kora’s Christmas dress a few years ago.
  • The fuzzy blue polar bear onesie was what Logan wore coming home from the hospital.
  • All of the Mickey’s and Minnie’s were worn on very special Disney World trips.
  • Green Eggs and Ham was Logan favorite shirt just last year, he wore it all the time.
  • The Mommy’s Little Pumpkin onesie is from Kora’s baby shower.
  • The fireworks shirt was what Kora had on the first time I was ever able to get her hair into pigtails and she wore it for the 4th of July that year too.
  • The Cleveland Browns onesie was worn by both Kora & Logan when they were newborns.
  • Just Beeing Me was Kora’s favorite shirt in Kindergarten because her teacher would call her students, “The Busy Bees”
  • The two cartoon Santa shirts were worn often by both kids the year they fit, they also were what they were wearing in one of my favorite Christmas photos of them ever taken while we were putting our tree up on Kora’s 4th birthday.
  • The reindeer and heart sweater was one of Kora’s Christmas outfits. It went with a plaid skirt that I bough separately. The whole thing was so cute and one of my favorites and she loved it too. Logan also had a reindeer sweater that year too so it was extra adorable.
  • The yellow golf sweater vest was what Logan wore on his very first Easter.

Willow Creek Studio Memory Blanket




a8Oh the memories! It’s making me tear up just a bit but thankfully I have this wonderful blanket to keep all of these precious moments nearby rather than tucked away in the attic.

I adore the blanket and think it’s amazing and very well made. I love the soft, fluffy chenille on the back. It really adds a nice touch.

Willow Creek Memory Blanket This memory blanket is something we will cherish forever. It’s a wonderful and a beautiful way to keep those treasured memories close. I recommend Willow Creek Studio to anyone looking for a creative way to stitch the precious memories of your children together.


One reader of 2 Wired 2 Tired will win a Willow Creek Studio 32″ x 32″ Baby Memory Blanket from Willow Creek Studio!

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Products were provided. No compensation was received. The honest opinions are my own.

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  1. I have several sentimental shirts I would love to see made into a blanket.

  2. Erica C. says:

    My boyfriend would love his collective police shirts made into a blanket. What a great thing to pass down too!

  3. Laurie Emerson says:

    I would love to see my children’s first baby blankets made into a memory blanket.

  4. This is so cute and so innovative. I love that you will have all these memories in a form you’d use all the time!

  5. Would love to have my son’s baseball jerseys made into a blanket

  6. Danielle says:

    I would use the shirts that we bought through the years when we were on vacation

  7. I would love to make my boys’ baby clothes into a beautiful keepsake quilt. Thanks!

  8. This is one of the most adorable things I have seen in a long time – I would use any old baby clothes from all three of my kids that I have saved!

  9. latanya says:

    things from when my son was born and some items when we traveled

  10. Melanie Montgomery says:

    Some of my husband and I’s old shirts.

  11. I would love to take some special things that belonged to my daughters to make a quilt for my first grandchild!!

  12. We have 3 children and I would love to pull out some of the shirts I have saved over the years for a blanket like this. So many wonderful memories…

  13. Laura Jacobson says:

    Oh I would love to use some of Carters little bowling shirts! He loves to bowl and takes after daddy! :) He has many shirts that are too small now and I would love to have those put on a memory quilt! So neat!

  14. I’m entering this drawing in hopes that I can win one for a friend whose precious 2-year old daughter drowned last month. She is terribly missed, and I would encourage them to add anything that is meaningful and might, in some small way, help them feel closer – blankets, etc. included.

  15. Christine W says:

    Such a cute idea! I would love to use this cute shirt that said I am a rock star on it that my son always wore. Thanks for the chance!

  16. Patricia says:

    Maybe a wedding or a family vacation.

  17. Stephanie Grant says:

    I would have a mixture of my sons clothing, my late grandpas favorite shirts and then throw in a pice from my parents and the shirts my husband and I married in

  18. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    My Dad’s shirts.

  19. Katherine says:

    I made alot of my girls dresses when they were little and I would use the fabric from that

  20. Tara T. says:

    My son’s baby clothes

  21. Stephanie Larison says:

    I love this! I’d love to see some of my daughters clothes growing up into a blanket. Maybe even some of my husbands tshirts from places he’s been when he used to travel.

  22. Michelle H. says:

    We have a recent family photo that I would love to use.

  23. courtney b says:

    of course my kids growing up !:)

  24. Samantha C. says:

    I would love to have some of my kids’ preemie clothes made in to a blanket.

  25. Darlene Ysaguirre says:

    A blanket of my 3 kids favorite clothing items as babys and a piece of their favorite blankies

  26. Kimberly says:

    I would like to get a blanket made from my little girl’s baby clothes. There were so many outfits I loved on her that she only got to wear for a short period of time. It would bring back all of the memories from when she was a little lump of dough.

  27. Suzie Williams says:

    Shirts that were souvenirs from vacations. Also shirts that were my children’s favorites.

  28. tracy p. says:

    I love the idea of the kids clothes made into a blanket…..I would like some of heir old clothes as well as blankets.

  29. I would love to make it with special t-shirts from our vacations. Love the idea and how your blanket turned out.

  30. Austin Baroudi says:

    A bunch of Bubble Guppies and under water themed stuff! My daughter would love that!

  31. Maralea says:

    I would love to use some of my kids baby clothes and blankets

  32. Karen Propes says:

    I would love to put her clothes and 1st’s on a quilt.
    Awesome giveaway.

  33. Ivan H. says:

    This is an awesome idea! I’d like to see some cute onesies stitched together.

  34. how wonderful! This would make a great present for grandparents, too!!! I never heard of anything like this, what a terrific idea and they don’t excellent work! This is the kind of thing you can give to a person who “has everything”!!! or even for yourself! or to give your kids when they get older.

  35. courtney hennagir says:

    i have some of my daughters pretty dresses and outfits i would love to have made! i saved a bunch of my sons stuff too. i just can’t bring myself to get rid of it!

  36. T.h.Ransom says:

    I would love to see all my favorite pieces of clothing from when my daughter was little made into a blanket!

  37. April Brenay says:

    we buy St. Patrick day shirts every year since our oldest birthday is that day, would love to make him a blanket with all those shirts

  38. Paol Trenny says:

    I would like to to use my children old stuff animals and old bibs and turn them into a fluffy blanket

  39. I would put several t-shirts and a couple of dresses. This is an awesome giveaway!! I love this idea!!

  40. I would love to have my daughter’s burp clothes and receiving blankets made!

  41. Kimberly Schotz says:

    I would use all my daughters cute little tee shirts

  42. Nicole Newby says:

    I would fill it with pictures of my baby boy! And maybe my kitty :)

  43. Tari Lawson says:

    I have bought my son crazy tees for years. I would love to have them made into a quilt for him.

  44. Kerrie Mayans says:

    I would love to see my daughters soccer jersey’s made into a blanket

  45. I too would use t-shirts of my daughter’s she has so many great ones that we’ve put away, but it would be nice to keep them as mementos this way.

  46. Tara Jackson says:

    Would love to have one of these made with my sons shirts!

  47. Debra Pauley says:

    i would love to see my youngest sons baby blanket, which he carried around everywhere on it.

  48. I would make something out of my college t shirts and concert t shirts.

  49. Kimberly S says:

    I would have some of my daughter and son’s baby clothes made into the blanket!

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