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Dorothy Quilted Jacket in 70s Diamonds

Dorothy Quilted Jacket in 70s Diamonds

Regular price $182.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $182.00 USD
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This one-of-a-king gem is made from the most delicious 70s quilt.

Made by Dorothy Carveth in the 1970s, I turned this quilt into a cropped jacket with a dropped shoulder and a shawl collar. Keep the collar flat for the cream, or turn it up of a pop of the quilted pattern. It's reversible, so you can wear it inside out as just a cream jacket with sage green pipping.

Shoulder width - 24" / 61cm
Maximum chest - 46" / 117cm
Sleeve length - 16" / 40cm
Length -

22.5" / 77cm

Shelby is 5"1, and Peaches is perfect, and they wear a medium/large. Vintage patchwork denim dress available at Horse and Snake Vintage.

Made during my time as Artist in Residence at Kootenay School of Arts, at Selkirk College.

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All my tags are made from compostable seed paper, which you can plant and watch grow into wildflowers your garden. 

Made in Canada

Made by me slowly in my studio in Nelson, BC.

Pick up & Shipping

Pick up in Nelson, at Horse and Snake Vintage. Open Tues - Sat, 11-5. Just select pick up at checkout.

Shipping to Canada and overseas available too.

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Naturally dyed with plants

All my socks and scrunchies are naturally dyed - which is a 4 day process. Each natural fibre needs to be scoured on day one, and then treated with a mordant the next day. Then its plant dyeing time, which usualy takes a couple more days!

Each dye bath can be used a number of times, giving lighter and lighter shades until it is exhausted. Then the spent plants end up in my compost. Plant dyeing saves water and says a big no thank you to synthetic nasties that pollute waterways.

Check out my instagram for more info on my process.