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Tarot Quilt

Counterpane

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Process:
pieced and quilted by machine with hand-stitched detailing and bound by hand; arrives in muslin dust bag screen-printed by hand with a golden Counterpane pony
Made of:
cotton/silk/velvet/wool/linen/hemp
Dimensions:
105''L x 87''W
Color/finish:
blue/pink/multi
Care:
Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

"Queen quilt. Made from cotton, silk, velvet, wool, linen and hemp sourced in Laos, Cambodia, USA, Turkey and Burma. Features hand-drawn Hmong wax batik panel and hand-stitched skirt panel, woven silk Lao scarf, vintage skirt, African wax print, Burmese wax print and hand-dyed longyyi, Red Dzao tribal jacket from northern Vietnam, linen pants and shirts, woven ikat textile scraps from Guatemala, and kimono sampler scraps. Inspired by fortunes told."

About Counterpane

Pauline Boyd is a Los Angeles-based textile artist and designer who creates primarily freestyle quilts. She is the founder of Counterpane, a line of home goods and quilted works. Each Counterpane quilt is one of a kind and crafted using a self-taught, folk-based improvisational style. Pauline builds each quilt from found and repurposed textiles, with an emphasis on handmade or handwoven piecework.