The paper nautilus, Argonauta, is a beautiful pelagic octopus. My design is printed in sky blue ink on white linen/rayon.
Females are 8 times larger than male Argonauts! If you're curious about these cephalopods, visit Cool Green Science, the conservation blog of the Nature Conservancy.
This fabric has a soft hand (feel) with a slub in the yarn, creating a textured surface that creates a variegated color effect.
Pillow measures 13x19 inches and has an invisible zipper and high quality, synthetic down insert. Print is on front only.
Please refer to Care Instructions in our Store Info.
Rhode Island's official state shell is the quahog! A quahog is a hard shelled, bivalve mollusk and the clams are further distinguished by size; Little Necks are the smallest (about 1" thick, you can slurp those right down), Cherrystones, and Chowders are the largest. The clams thrive in the estuaries and mud flats along coastal Rhode Island and Narragansett Bay. In summer we tread them out of the sand with our toes, though digging with hand rakes is popular too.
Our short sleeved, I DIG QUAHOGS t-shirts are hand printed with white ink on blue jean colored, 100% cotton, pigment dyed, Comfort Color t-shirts. The t-shirts are pre-shrunk and run true to size. The print measures approximately 8x4.5 inches and is on the front. Please note that with pigment dyed t-shirts, blemishes may occur due to the dying process.
* Please note, we have limited quantities of t-shirts at this time! We're checking our vendors daily; however, because of Covid-related supply chain delays, there are very few, if any, Comfort Color t-shirts available.
Our soft, 100% cotton napkins are screen printed by hand with the Sand Dollar design in cornflower blue ink. Napkins are pre-washed and shrunk before printing, with water-based inks.
Napkins measure approximately 16" square. (Listing is for one napkin, sold individually.)