Inspired by the ocean and scientists' efforts to map and understand its intricacies, the design is composed of over 300 unique triangles that evenly morph in size and regularity from large equilateral triangles at the bottom, representing deep oceans, to small irregular triangles that embody light filled tidal pools. This quilt can can be used as a wall hanging if desired (it currently has a rod pocket that can be removed). Dimensions: 55 x 84" Materials: 100% Cotton fabric, thread and batting
Point Plane Pattern
Emily Handley is an architectural designer born in Seattle, educated in New Orleans and currently practicing in Chicago. She is passionate about textiles, functional objects, and creating unique environments. Her work explores the intersection of technology and craft. She utilizes scripting algorithms, digital fabrication tools, and knowledge passed down by generations of makers in the creation of her designs.
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