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1/1 Blanket, by Victor  Bravo
1/1 Blanket, by Victor  Bravo
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1/1 Blanket, by Victor  Bravo
1/1 Blanket, by Victor  Bravo
1/1 Blanket, by Victor  Bravo
1/1 Blanket, by Victor  Bravo

1/1 Blanket, by Victor

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BRAVO, by Victor

I’ve been thinking, “How do I quilt pieces together in a way that every piece is a different shape, no repetition...is that possible...absolutely it’s possible!”

This one took a while to sort out. It is a bit of a brain bender when you look at it. I tried to keep some structure with the plaid grid and disrupt it with the actual seams.  You can see the shapes of the pieces better from the back.

The construction and design are based on many iterations of beach blankets of denim we made last year that actually functioned quite well. The sand doesn’t stick much and with a good shake they stay pretty clean. I like making them from one layer of fabric so they are lighter in weight, so I went with that for Bravo too.

Product Details:

  • Size: 60" by 60"
  • Fabrics: Cone Mills Deadstock Experimental Selvage Denim + Picnic Punk Plaid

  • Inspiration: An answer to the question of what a modern "quilt" looks like.

  • Handmade + signed by Victor Lytvinenko in Raleigh, NC

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Fit, Fabric + Care

FABRIC + CARE

Mid-weight cotton and selvage canvas.

Wash cold, hang to dry

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How we do

THE 1/1 COLLECTION

This is our forum for creating outside the parameters of a conventional collection.
It’s home to one-of-a kind pieces, hand made and signed by one of us,
co-founders Victor Lytvinenko and Sarah Yarborough.

Our first project is based on International Code of Signals.

CONSTRUCTION + DESIGN

The construction and design are based on many iterations of beach blankets of denim we made last year that actually functioned quite well. The sand doesn’t stick much and with a good shake they stay pretty clean. I like making them from one layer of fabric so they are lighter in weight, so I went with that for Bravo too.

 

FABRIC DETAILS

The red is some of the precious Picnic Punk Plaid fabric I saved from a few seasons ago. Maybe my fav plaid ever. It is thicker, with a brushed cotton finish. The lighter color fabric is a very special experimental selvage canvas that Cone Mills made for us 5-6 years ago with a recycled weft yarn made of recycled tv dinner trays (seriously!). It seems insane, but it actually makes for one of the most beautiful fabrics we’ve come across.