This quilt is inspired by my winter spent in the plains of Western Kansas, near the Smoky Hill River. The gold tones evoke the colors of the dormant wheat fields and native grasses of the area, and the indigo symbolizes the water of the river. I originally designed the quilt with the "water" running horizontally, since the river runs east - west in the part of Kansas where I spent the winter, however, you can see that it looks lovely running vertically, too. The quilt is made from linen dyed with pomegranate skins, snakeweed and indigo, and filled with U.S. grown cotton batting. It measures approximately 63" x 63", so it would make a nice topper for a queen size bed, or a generous throw for the sofa. Machine-pieced and hand-quilted.
Smoky Hill River Quilt
Hand wash, or machine wash on cold, delicate cycle. Line dry.
Please keep in mind that this item is handmade, and so will not appear "factory made." While great care is taken with all of the workmanship, some natural variation will occur, especially with hand-dyed fabrics. Although I don't encourage returns, I do want you to love your purchase. If you do have an issue, please contact me to discuss a possible solution. Returns will only be considered within the first seven days of receipt. Any return postage will be the responsibility of the customer.