Stan Rail Fence Feed Sack Quilt Top Jacket

One of a Kind Stan Jacket -
$1,554

Stan Rail Fence Feed Sack Quilt Top Jacket

One of a Kind Stan Jacket
$1,554

Notes

This jacket is made from a 1930 rail fence pattern feed sack quilt top. It was pieced by a woman named Gloria in North Carolina, and intended to be backed and made into a mid-weight quilt, but was never completed. Passed down through her family but never finished as intended.

Details

Two front patch pockets. One front breast pocket with button flap closure. Five natural tagua nut buttons. All idiosyncrasies, mending, and wear are unique to the original textile. Tailor made in Los Angeles. Dry clean only. All sales are final.

Size & Fit

Size: Medium. Runs true to size (men's sizes). Shoulder: 18.5” Length: 26 1/2” Sleeve length: 26”.

About

Created by artist and surfer Tristan Detwiler, Stan uses 100% upcycled vintage and antique textiles.

At Rowing Blazers, we love stories, and we love archaeology. For us, Stan’s use of found textiles gives each piece a sense of story, a sense of material biography. Hand-made in Los Angeles using vintage mending, quilting, and appliqué techniques, each Stan piece is one-of-a-kind.


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