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The pattern for this wholecloth quilt was inspired by flax plant leaves grown by Bricolage’s founder Sinead Black. Flax is a plant with huge cultural significance in Northern Ireland, which Sinead wanted to honour in this piece. The pattern is created through Japanese sashiko stitching techniques.
Material: Linen, cotton wadding
Dimensions: Height: 80cm, Length: 200cm, Width: 3cm
Care Instructions: Wash by hand with mild soap
Crafted from large widths of dark blue Irish linen, this quilt was machine stitched together. The geometric pattern was stitched onto the linen using Japanese sashiko stitching. The quilt is a sandwich, with the blue linen top, an organic cotton wadding filling, and an oatmeal linen bottom.
Based in County Down in Northern Ireland, Bricolage Quilts was established by Sinead Black. Combining Irish linens and hand-stitching, the small studio creates quilts that feel both traditional and contemporary, featuring geometric patterns and blocks of colour. Sinead studied Interior Design at Glasgow School of Art in and worked in commercial design for practices in the UK and in Australia, before moving into textiles.
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