When Joseph was born, his grandfather, who was a tailor, offered him a blanket that he had been doing for months. A beautiful blanket for the cradle of his first grandson. This is the beggining of this loving story about childhood and the passing of time adapted from the jewish oral tradition. Joseph’s blanket accompanies him throughout his growth, first as the inseparable blankie, then as a coat and then as other clothing items that get smaller and smaller until a tiny button. All thanks to his skilful and accomplice grandfather that always finds a solution to Joseph’s attempts to rescue what is left of the original fabric. But one day even the button disappears and against all odds Joseph’s grandfather shows him how we can still make something out of nothing and make the blanket last forever.