This unusual early four block quilt from the 19th century.
Two of the borders meet on the opening of this jacket and along the bottom. This is a very thin quilt, so, ideally, this is a lightweight jacket. We deconstructed a denim jacket to add sleeves, pockets, and a collar to this quilt.
This piece was crafted by hand not once but twice and does have minor imperfections due to the age of the fabric. We use every square inch of our textiles and were able to make two jackets out of one quilt. *Because of this the back panel is slightly off centered.*
There is slight fraying and discoloration but we believe that is what adds to the character and part of what makes this jacket so unique.
Please note that we do not accept returns, and these are one size that fits most. Every square inch of our quilts is utilized, so if you are naturally petite, the jacket can be deconstructed and tailored to your height. Once purchased we will reach out about sizing and then add pockets to the right location based off your exact height.
39” back of the neck to the bottom of the hem
31” collar to cuff
26” armpit to armpit