Stitched Up

Where Oahu - - THE GUIDE -

The art of Hawai­ian quilts de­rives from an in­dige­nous tex­tile that Na­tive Hawai­ians made out of a tree bark. When cot­ton be­came pop­u­lar in the early through late 1800s, quilt­ing soon took on an­other form by cre­at­ing quilt­ing stitches along na­ture-in­spired de­signs of Hawai‘i. Royal Hawai­ian Quilt has an ar­ray of tra­di­tional Hawai­ian quilts. Stop by and find your spe­cial piece of Hawai‘i.

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