Below, we list the household items, toys, and clothing items that start with the letter Q!
As one of the less-common letters of the alphabet, there aren’t dozens of items that start with Q, but we’ve compiled over 20.
Below the list, find an activity related to one of these Q items.
- Quarter-cup measuring cup
- Quart saucepan
a pan that holds a one-quart amount
holds arrows for a bow and arrow
- Quart jar
a jar that holds one quart
large feather; can be dipped in ink and used to write
a wooden pole around six to nine feet long
- Quilting needle
specialty needle used for quilting
- Quartz clock
uses an electronic oscillator and quartz crystal to keep time
- Queen’s play crown
- Queen doll
- Quest games
player-controlled tasks, generally in video games
- Quacking Duck Stuffed Animal by Melissa & Doug
soft toy duck that makes quacking sounds
- Quacking duck pen by Kikkerland
ballpoint pen with a duck’s head on top
- Queen chess piece
playing piece in the game of Chess
bendable rubber person-shaped toy
- Q-BA-Maze building set
marble maze building set
- Queen’s castle
- Qwirkle board game
game made up of tiles with matching colors and shapes
- Queen Elsa doll
doll from the movie “Frozen”
- Quarter strap shoes
women’s shoes with an ankle strap
- Quick-dry shirt
wicks away sweat and moisture
- Quicksilver t-shirt
t-shirt created by the brand Quicksilver
- Quilted jacket
thick jacket with quilted stitching
- Quinceanera dress
formal gown worn during a girl’s 15th birthday celebration
Activity: Designing a Quilt
One of the most common items that starts with the letter Q is quilted fabric, whether it be a quilted jacket, quilted dress, or a hand-made quilt for bedding.
For this activity, you’ll answer: if you were to design a quilted blanket, what would it look like?
- Step 1: Gather your supplies. You’ll need a sheet of paper, a ruler, and some colored pencils, crayons, or markers.
- Step 2: Draw a large square or rectangle on the piece of paper. This will be the outline of your quilt design!
- Step 3: Draw lines inside your rectangle or square to create a grid. Use your ruler to draw straight vertical and horizontal lines to create new squares inside of the rectangle or square you drew in step two. These will be the squares of your quilt!
- Step 4: Fill your squares! You can draw pictures, use different colors, fill them in with shapes (like stars or hearts)… the design is up to you! Your quilt should reflect what you like, so use your favorite colors, animals, flowers, or characters for inspiration.