To create the organic pattern on these coverlets, pure cotton fabric is woven, cut and sewn by the last matelassé mill in the U.S. The undyed coverlets are then sent to Brooklyn to be garment dyed in small batches, producing rich colors and slight variation in hues. After a few trips through your washer, the variations even out and leave behind beautiful color and a vintage, yet modern, look.
The history of this family-owned company based in Monmouth, Maine, dates back to the 1850s. The team who works there today has more than 350 years of combined textile experience and many have family ties to the business.