No other fabric evokes 19th century America more than an indigo cotton. Indigo - the color of ink on paper; the color of denim; the color of the star covered flag - is as crisp and clean as a spring morning. Our collection of indigoes is taken from snippets and scraps from sewing baskets and linen cupboards, as well as from our own collections. We love a stack of indigo and white quilts stacked to the ceiling! We love them hanging on a line and snapping in the breeze. We love the geometric beauty of blue and white. Freshly laundered and smelling of lavender, an indigo and white quilt is true comfort.