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Get ‘Em Started Young With an 8-Bit Video Game Baby Quilt

by Paul Strauss
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Just because you’re all grown up and have a nursery to decorate doesn’t mean that you can’t sneak in a little touch of your gamer style in your tot’s room. For starters, why not deck out their crib with one of these fun 8-bit quilts?

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GeekUnique makes these “Lil Geek” 8-bit quilts featuring the likenesses of such iconic video game characters as Mario, Luigi, Donkey Kong, Frogger, Ms. Pac-Man, Dig Dug, Q*Bert or Link.

Each blanket is machine-quilted with a cotton top and polyester batting, and fits a standard 36×36 crib. And since each one is made to order, you can specify colors if you don’t like the standard ones – although we can’t imagine Pac-Man in any color other than yellow, Q*Bert wearing anything but orange, or Mario without his trademark red overalls. But it’s your choice. Go to town and get a grape-ape Donkey Kong for all we care.

All the 8-bit crib quilt designs can be found over at GeekUnique’s Etsy shop for $80 (USD) each. They’ve also got a slightly larger version (48 x 60) for $110.

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