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Nine Patch Quilt

Nine Patch Quilt

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The front of the Nine Patch Quilt is a zero waste piece, made up of over 500 naturally dyed squares that are remnants from past projects. It is a mix of cottons and linens that have been hand dyed with indigo and cutch to create shades of blue, earthy pinks and brick reds. The Nine Patch pattern is traditional quilt motif dating back to the 19th century. The backside of the quilt is made with organic cotton and cotton/linen blend fabric that have been hand dyed with cutch.

The quilt is 55” x 63.5” (a generous sized throw). The front and back were machine pieced, meaning the patchwork is machine sewn. The quilting, meaning the stitches running throughout, is done by hand with cotton sashiko thread that has been dyed with cutch. Hand quilting is a very laborious and time consuming process but the impact of the hand stitches cannot be mimicked with a machine. The binding is sewn by hand. 

Shipping & Returns

Domestic Shipping: Quilts will ship within 3 business days via USPS Priority Mail or UPS Ground. Quilts ship for a flat rate fee of $48 which covers the shipping cost, full insurance and a signature at delivery.

International Shipping: Please email ali@saltandstill.com for a shipping quote or to arrange an international purchase.

Returns: Quilts are final sale and cannot be returned. Please contact us before purchase for any additional information or images and we will be happy to provide them.

Care Instructions

It's best to display quilts away from direct sunlight. Some natural dyes are sensitive to sunlight which can cause fading.

Vacuuming the quilt with a stocking over the vacuum hose is an easy way to remove light dust.

For a deeper clean, professional cleaning is recommended.

For most quilts it is possible to clean by soaking in a tub and handwashing with care using a gentle detergent. Rinse and remove the excess water. Lay flat to dry out of direct sunlight. Hanging the quilt to dry will put strain on the stitches.

Please do not machine wash. 

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