New York Harbor Quilt, Black/White
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New York Harbor Quilt, Black/White

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Hand-stitched and crafted to last generations, this heirloom-quality quilted map of the New York Harbor is made using superfine cotton with meticulously applied polysilk detailing. The map area spans Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx, and includes parts of Staten Island and New Jersey. Designed in Brooklyn, New York and handmade by artisans in India.

Care: Machine-wash cold on gentle cycle. Tumble-dry low at the lowest setting or lay flat to air-dry.
Color: black/white
Dimensions: 62"L x 73"W
Made Of: cover, cotton/polysilk; fill, cotton
SKU: 77496885
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Aug 14 - Aug 24
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RETURNS: This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Haptic Lab is a small design studio in Brooklyn known for its heirloom-quality quilted maps of cities and neighborhoods made in partnership with fair-labor partners in India, as well as handmade kites made in collaboration with Balinese artisans, DIY kits, rugs, and more. The word "haptic" refers to the sense of touch, and everything it designs is meant to inspire meaningful connections through that sense.
Why we love this

Hand-stitched and crafted to last generations, this heirloom-quality quilted map of the New York Harbor is made using superfine cotton with meticulously applied polysilk detailing. The map area spans Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx, and includes parts of Staten Island and New Jersey. Designed in Brooklyn, New York and handmade by artisans in India.

About the Brand
Haptic Lab is a small design studio in Brooklyn known for its heirloom-quality quilted maps of cities and neighborhoods made in partnership with fair-labor partners in India, as well as handmade kites made in collaboration with Balinese artisans, DIY kits, rugs, and more. The word "haptic" refers to the sense of touch, and everything it designs is meant to inspire meaningful connections through that sense.