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Goose Scepter Quilt, Twin

Maricolous

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Goose Scepter Quilt, Twin
Goose Scepter Quilt, Twin
Goose Scepter Quilt, Twin

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Product Information

Process:

hand-dyed cotton, pieced and quilted on a sewing machine and by hand with flannel batting

Made of:

fiber-reactive dyes/cotton

Dimensions:

88''L x 64''W

Color/finish:

aquamarine/khaki/gray

Care:

Wash on gentle cycle; tumble or line dry.

Why We Love This

Twin-sized hand-dyed and pieced quilt.

Why We Love This

Twin-sized hand-dyed and pieced quilt.

About Maricolous

Maricolous (muh 'rick uh luss...inhabiting the sea) is a line of home effects and wearable textiles that explores the alchemy of dyeing and the poetry of the loom. Using only hand-dyed cotton, fiber-reactive dyes, vat dyes, and natural dyes from extracts and from botanicals foraged near home, Ashley Thayer practices various traditional resist techniques from Africa, India, and Japan, including various methods of folding, wrapping, stitching, and clamping. Using 100% cotton with cotton flannel as batting, she pieces and finishes the quilts on a big old industrial Brother sewing machine. Each quilt is conceived individually, with color and composition carefully considered.