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Betty No. 2 Quilt Jacket

Betty No. 2 Quilt Jacket

Regular price $128.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $128.00 USD
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A heavier weight quilt jacket up-cycled from an essentially raw cotton filled quilt that was damaged beyond repair; lovingly named Betty. Faded and worn, Betty was purchased at an antique store in Fayetteville, NC where the cashier informed me it was a good thing I acted fast, they were about to throw her in the trash! Carefully pieced together and re-finished with the least worn bits (and the discovery that her green actually used to be teal blue) she’s still so full of character and her story gets to continue with whomever she warms next. A cozy feel for fall and layering well through the winter, and a boxy fit with longer, cuff-able sleeves allow for years of wear as your little grows with it. Featuring heavy duty gunmetal snaps for sturdy closure on this heirloom piece. 

*ships next business day!*

Materials

Spoonflower Sport Lycra: 88% polyester 12% Lycra tightly knitted to provide an SPF 50 material that stands up to both salt and pool water wonderfully. Moisture wicking and printed with non-toxic, water based pigments on demand to reduce textile waste and environmental impact.

100% cotton drawstrings

Non-roll elastic

Heavy duty metal grommets

Shipping & Returns

Ready to ship items will ship next business day.

Turnaround time for sewn-to-order items is currently 2 weeks or less. I shoot for all orders to arrive well before then but it depends on my workload! Once your shipping info arrives expect your goods within 3-5 business days with USPS.

Please inquire about returns, exchanges, or alterations!

Care Instructions

Please note these are handmade goods and while they are quite sturdy, they will still wear if not properly cared for. Care for them well and they’ll live more than one life!

If being used daily or multiple times a week, I recommend simply rinsing with fresh water and hanging to dry, then washing after a handful of rinses.

TO WASH: hand wash or gentle cycle with cold water and a gentle detergent.

TO DRY: hanging is always best to preserve these stretchy fibers, but in a pinch tumble drying low will air them out quickly!

These pieces can absolutely be worn as regular clothing! They will arrive to you pressed with low heat and can be pressed low as needed.


*grommets may rust if left to sit wet for an extended period of time*

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