|The Araks/Emily Kroll Limited-Edition Quilt|
"The quilts are an ode to traditional American craftsmanship," according to the New York Times, "each handmade in Sugar Valley, Pa., by Amish artisans piecing together the panels of hunter green neoprene, lavender silk and cobalt blue wool to create a Bauhaus-like canvas that can be mounted on the wall as a piece of art or simply draped over the bed for a chic night's sleep."
You can order it with or without a hanging sleeve, no extra cost, depending on which way you want to use it.
A lot to wonder about here. Such as how those Amish artisans, brimming with craftsmanship, like working with neoprene. Such as how much leftover green neoprene this woman has come up with, and where, and what it was used for the first time around. Such as what material the white is.
Such as how it's going to work to put silk, neoprene and wool into the same quilt, tie it every five inches or so, and hang it vertically to sag and bulge. Such as how it would feel to sleep under a neoprene quilt. Such as if you wanted to spend $3,400 for a bed quilt wouldn't you want it quilted, not just tied, and wouldn't you want it to be at least big enough for a twin bed.
I do like the red in the bottom corner. Wonder if that's neoprene too.