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The Louise Quilt

The Louise Quilt

Regular price $2,800.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $2,800.00 USD
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This one-of-a-kind quilt is an homage to the textile works of artist Louise Bourgeois. The way Louise Bourgeois worked with stripes was so inspiring, using them not only as a linear pattern but also as a means of creating new shapes and patterns - right angles, chevrons and octagonal webs.

Twin sized (72in x 84in).

The front of the quilt features star blocks made of vintage striped cotton fabric, natural indigo on Essex cotton/linen and grey shades on Essex cotton/linen made from logwood and iron. Both the logwood and indigo fabrics were dyed by hand, in studio.

The back of the quilt features a mixed patchwork of indigos, stripes and logwood dyed fabric.

The front and back of the quilt were machine pieced, meaning the patchwork is machine sewn. The quilting, meaning the stitches running throughout, were entirely done by hand with cotton sashiko thread. 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 a mix of indigo and striped fabric and was also sewn by hand. The quilt has 100% wool batting which makes it very warm and gives it a nice weight.

Shipping & Returns

Domestic Shipping Rates


$50 fully insured and signature required via USPS Priority Mail or UPS Ground.


Under 12" - $10

16" x 20" - $25

22" x 30" and above - $50

All artwork ships fully insured and signature required via UPS Ground or USPS Priority.

Fabric by the Yard

Cost varies and ships UPS Ground, fully insured, signature required.

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


All fabric by the yard, quilts and artwork 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


Display quilts out of direct sunlight. Like with any textile or artwork, exposure to sunlight can cause fading.

Remove light dust by vacuuming the quilt with a stocking over the hose.

Professional cleaning is recommended for a deeper clean. Do not machine wash. 


Artworks should not be displayed in direct sunlight and framing with UV resistant plexiglass is recommended to maintain the color.

Fabric by the Yard

Dry clean only.

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