BOULDER, Colo. — The cutest crossover event ever: duvets and pets.

Barbara Yates Beasley, a Boulder-based artist, has spent the past 15 years celebrating people’s furry best friends by stitching more than 30 fabrics together into stunning stitching mosaics.

Barbara Yates Beasley Quilts

Barbara Yates Beasley

Barbara Yates Beasley Quilts

It started in 2008, when a woman paid him to make a quilt for her German Shepherd who had just passed away.

“When she came to pick him up, we had the Kleenex box outside because she was crying,” she told Denver7. “I knew she had done something right.”

In 2010, after being laid off from her job, Barbara decided to commit to sewing these quilts full-time, which she describes as “paint by number.”

In the video above, you can see more examples of his beautiful creations and hear just how emotional the process can be for everyone involved.

For more information on their quilts, you can head here.

Boulder makes intricate quilts to commemorate pets

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