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Made from Scraps: Colorful Quilts by Thompson Street Studio

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Made from Scraps: Colorful Quilts by Thompson Street Studio

September 27, 2022

The Great Quilting Comeback continues: Returning again to cold weather (and more covers), we’re admiring these colorful quilts by Thompson Street Studio, all made from fabric remnants. Take a look.

we&#8\2\17;ve admired thompson street studio since the days of our remodeli 9
Above: We’ve admired Thompson Street Studio since the days of our Remodelista Markets. “Kiva Motnyk grew up in a creative household (her mother was a dancer, her father a painter, and their home served as a communal dance, painting, and photography studio) in SoHo,” Justine wrote in a 2016 post. After working as a textile designer and creative director for the likes of Isaac Mizrahi and Apiece Apart, she opened Thompson Street Studio in 2014.

Kiva’s textiles draw on traditional techniques, and “recycled materials, seasonal natural dye, and antique fabrics create a dialogue between historic and new,” according to her site. Like most of her designs, the Bay Quilt in Blue, shown above, is hand-quilted from linen and cotton fabric remnants; it starts at $350.

many of the quilts, including the sol quilt in berry, are reversible; it also h 10
Above: Many of the quilts, including the Sol Quilt in Berry, are reversible; it also has a removable cloth panel on the back for hanging on a wall. The quilt is $450.
the abstract landscape quilt, in shades of celadon green, chartreuse, and pale  11
Above: The Abstract Landscape Quilt, in shades of celadon green, chartreuse, and pale yellow, is $500.
the sol quilt in olive makes an excellent change of scene when draped over a he 12
Above: The Sol Quilt in Olive makes an excellent change of scene when draped over a headboard.
each quilt is filled with \100 percent cotton batting; to clean, machine wash c 13
Above: Each quilt is filled with 100 percent cotton batting; to clean, machine-wash cold and tumble-dry low. Shown is the Multi Circle Quilt, $600.
Above: The front of the Sol Quilt in Olive—and the patchwork design on the back.
and the autumnal bay quilt in multi, from \$350. 16
Above: And the autumnal Bay Quilt in Multi, from $350.

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