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DIY Quilt Kit, Chicago

Haptic Lab

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DIY Quilt Kit, Chicago
DIY Quilt Kit, Chicago
DIY Quilt Kit, Chicago
DIY Quilt Kit, Chicago
DIY Quilt Kit, Chicago

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Made of:
translucent stabilizer
Made in:
Brooklyn, NY
Size:
36" x 42"
Please note:
Quilt fabric, batting and thread are not included.

Why We Love This

Sew your own 42" x 36" map of the Windy City with this fun and easy do-it-yourself quilting kit. This quilt project makes a great keepsake or wall-hanging and is large enough to use as a crib quilt. Personalize your map with embroidered details that are most special to you: a house or apartment, your favorite deep dish place, or the marathon route.
The basic DIY kit includes a single-use map template of Chicago and sewing instructions. Quilt fabric, batting and thread are not included, but this kit includes a material list to take to your local quilt shop. Some prior sewing experience is helpful, but not necessary.

About Haptic Lab

Haptic Lab is a small design studio in Brooklyn, New York, known for their heirloom-quality quilted maps of cities and neighborhoods made in partnership with fair-labor partners in India, and handmade kites made in collaboration with Balinese artisans. The word haptic refers to the sense of touch, and everything they design is meant to inspire meaningful connections through that sense.