handcrafted organic goodness
Organic Quilt Company is based in the idyllic town of Hudson, Quebec, Canada. We opened in 2008 when Becky Stone melded her decade-long love of quilting and her concern for the environment to create a line of luxuriously soft baby quilts and receiving blankets — all made with certified organic cotton.Our business has grown and we now offer baby hats, bibs, burp cloths, all sorts of bedding — and there's more to come — but some things won't change. We are committed to creating handmade organic items that are beautiful, functional, and ethical. Since all our products are handcrafted, we welcome custom orders.
If you prefer to shop using American dollars, please visit our Etsy shop.
We ship everywhere.We offer a flat rate shipping cost of $9.95 to continental North American destinations. Some small items, such as single bibs or hats, have a lower rate of $2.95. Please see product pages for details.
To Canada: 3-7 business days for most locations
To US: 5 to 10 business days (depending on destination)
For other locations, please email us at email@example.com for shipping costs and times.If you would like Express Shipping or insured shipping (which includes a tracking number) please contact us for details and shipping quotes.
Please note we ship from Canada and international customers are responsible for duties or custom fees incurred in the country of receipt.
refunds and exchanges
Our goal is for you to be delighted with your purchase, but if you are not satisfied you may return it for a full refund (not including shipping charges) or exchange it for something else. Please contact us within 1 week of receiving your purchase to make return or refund arrangements.
In the case of all returns or exchanges, you will be responsible for return shipping charges. Your money will be refunded once the item safely arrives. We regret that returns or refunds will not be given on custom orders.
At Organic Quilt Company you get what you pay for. While some companies claim to be organic, we carefully source and use the finest certified-organic cotton fabrics. Certified-Organic cotton does cost a little bit more but its long-term advantages are priceless. Here’s why:
• While conventional cotton accounts for 11% of all pesticides and 25% of the insecticides used worldwide each year, Certified-Organic cotton increases soil fertility and biodiversity, reduces water pollution, and is good for the Earth.
• Many of our fabrics are grown and milled in the US which means a smaller environmental footprint for all of our products.
• All of our fabrics are dyed with low-impact fiber-reactive or natural dyes, inks, or pigments (no heavy metals or pollutants here!). Some of our fabrics are even patterned without the use of dyes at all.• All of our imported fabrics are Fairly Traded which ensures a safe, healthy, and responsible working environment — and no child or forced labour.
• Organic cotton is not finished with formaldehyde and, because there are no harmful chemicals used in its production, certified organic cotton is less likely to trigger allergies.