The Levi's 'Made Here' Quilts Are Made From Recycled Levi's and Dockers

By: Trenton Millar - Published: Oct 9, 2012 • References: folkfibers and selectism
Levi's 'Made Here' Quilts are the product of a joint venture with Maura Grace Ambrose's quilting company Folk Fibers. This collection of blankets is created using recycled Levi's and Dockers products. Far from looking like an old quilt made of old clothes, Made Here quilts are high-quality and well-designed.

Ambrose makes interesting quilts by experimenting with various traditional Japanese techniques. She also makes dyes from vegetables and uses leather wallets and moccasins in the construction of her quilts. Each quilt comes in a wooden box that is specially made for the Levi's Made Here Quilts series.

The quilts are going to be sold in a limited number of stores, which means that they are a collector's item. Why not pick one up to keep you warm and give you the piece of mind that you are making environmentally conscious purchases?