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March 17, 2014
From simple geometrics to a riot of patterns, this folkcraft is easily adapted to a modern aesthetic.
Porter Quilt by Meg Callahan

Meg Callahan’s Porter pattern quilt was inspired by strip quilting, a traditional technique originally used to speed up the process of patchwork quilting.

Originally appeared in Dwell's 12 Picks for Cozy Interiors
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Ada Quilt by Meg Callahan for MatterMade

The pale blue Ada quilt is a perfectly symmetrical pattern thanks to Callahan’s digital printing techniques. Available through the Dwell Store, $600.

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Surprisingly elegant, the Spine quilt references traditional patterns on Navajo blankets. Available through the Dwell Store, $600.

Originally appeared in Designer Spotlight: Meg Callahan
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modern quilt by HAY

Bold colors and reversible spots elevate HAY’s Mega Dot quilt to Pop Art. Available through A + R Store, $325. 

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Funquilts not only makes one-of-a-kind quilts, but they work with developmentally disabled adults to make children’s quilts as well. Arcs quilt, from $1,250 available from Modern Quilt Studio

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A 100 percent organic option, this reversible brown to blue quilt from notNeutral is not only sustainably made, but will last a lifetime. 

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Hand-Stitched San Francisco Grid Quilt by Haptic Lab

Although from afar this ivory quilt looks simple, up close, the quilt has detailed neighborhoods like New York City’s Battery Park and Los Angeles’s Studio City. Available at the Dwell Store, $450

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Porter Quilt by Meg Callahan

Meg Callahan’s Porter pattern quilt was inspired by strip quilting, a traditional technique originally used to speed up the process of patchwork quilting.

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