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Lakehouse Pink

Hopewell Workshop

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Lakehouse Pink
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Process:
Machine pieced and quilted using cotton and linen, with natural cotton batting.
Made of:
cotton/linen/natural cotton batting
Dimensions:
30''L x 40''H
Color/finish:
navy/white/gray/pale pink

Why We Love This

This incredibly soft, machine-washable quilt is perfect for little heads, and will add color and texture to any crib or room. This design was made in a small, limited edition of 20 quilts.

About Hopewell Workshop

Hopewell is the design workshop of Eliza Kenan and Claire Oswalt, who have experience in woodworking, ceramics, sculpting, knitting, quilting, and painting between them. The spirit of the studio stems from the Hopewell Exchange System, a Native American trade route through which materials from far and wide were transformed into handmade goods, then traded. Eliza, an art director, and Claire, a fine artist, came together with a simple idea: Combine skills to make new products that bear the artisan's mark. Growing up in the studios of engineers and painters, they carry a deep respect for the crafts.