The Puget Sound Quilt project is our most densely detailed project yet, depicting one of the most complex estuary systems in the world. The quilt covers everything from the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the San Juan Islands, down to the Budd Inlet in the south. Victoria and part of Vancouver Island is also featured on the quilt (hi, Canadian friends!) as well as the geologically active regions of the Olympic and Cascade Ranges. Meticulously appliqued polysilk is layered on top of a superfine cotton; roads and ocean topography are entirely hand-stitched.
This quilt is available in two colorways - pale blue cotton with gold polysilk, and navy blue cotton with steel blue polysilk. Quilt measures to about 60" x 72". For best quilt care, please machine wash cold on a gentle cycle, then tumble dry on the lowest setting (or lay flat to air dry).
City names embroidered on the quilt include: Seattle, Tacoma, Bremerton, Whidbey and Bainbridge Islands.
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A wise and friendly friend to decorate a child's room or to accompany you on a breezy outing. Available summer 2017. Materials: Bamboo and white terylene silk Handmade by master kite-makers in Weifang, China Comes with basic flying twine and easy assembly instructions Ships in...
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Affectionately known as Luci, Myotis lucifugus (the Little Brown Bat) is a common sight in North American skies - for now. White Nose Syndrome is decimating the species and critical action is needed to preserve these friendly flappers. A percentage of our sale proceeds goes...
One swallow does not make a spring, but you can still celebrate the season with this whimsical Swallow Kite! Balanced by a forked tail that angles with the breeze, this handmade kite appears to flap its wings in flight just like a real bird. Beautiful in...