The ones I have are not expensive. They aren't numbered, nor do they have names. Most are just simply bought at the big box stores. I have a couple that I have made..again, nothing fancy, with more mistakes than straight lines.
I only have one that is not usable and that's because it was hand sewed and belonged to my grandmother. If I had to wash it, it might just fall apart. The rest, we use on beds, outside for picnics, or thrown into a dog crate.
My house is small, with very little storage space. So, all bare space is like prime real estate. One day I noticed the bare wall space behind the front door. I also collect inspirational pictures. Looking through pictures I saw where someone had an old ladder and had layered several quilts on the ladder rungs. Loved the idea.
But....couldn't find an old ladder just the right height at just the right price. So, off to Home Depot we (hubby and I) went. We bought two pieces for the sides and several dowels. Hubby did the work, in drilling holes and gluing the dowels to the sides. My job is to come up with the ideas. ;)
The cost was about $20.00. Not bad at all.
The true test is....does it make me smile every time I walk past it. And as of today, yes it does.