Using our Organic Fabrics for Fun Sewing Projects

In my last post, I shared some examples of using our fabrics for upholstery, soft furnishings, and window treatments.

Today, I want to share with you examples from customers using our fabrics for fun sewing projects. :)

Karen Stevens has made the most adorable little pouches from our fabric bundles. I especially love her top stitching and the needle pouches. Follow Karen on Instagram to see her other sew ups. https://www.instagram.com/kzstevens/

Thanks Karen! (photos taken from Karen's Instagram feed)

Karen Stevens on Instagram

Tierney Barden is a natural dyer, quilter, and knitter from New York. She shared with me her very functional pot holders and hussif she made with our fabrics. A hussif, in case you are wondering, is a basic sewing kit that soldiers used in the war. 

Check out Tierney's other work and purchase her naturally dyed fabrics on her website. Thanks Tierney!!

www.tierneybarden.com

(photos taken from Tierney's Instagram feed)Tierney Barden's instagram sewing work

Amy Bornman lives in Chicago and writes a blog called Red, Speckled, White.  She's been working on weathervane quilt blocks using our fabrics and I just love the bright combinations she's using with our hand printed cloth.

Check out her blog and follow her on Instagram. Thank you Amy!

https://www.instagram.com/amybornman/

(photos taken from Amy's Instagram feed)Amybornman sewing projects on instagram

We love seeing what you guys are making with our fabrics. If you'd like to be featured, tag us on Instagram or send us an email with your creations!

On Tuesday, April 25th we'll be releasing our Fabric by the Yard Collection! Our fabrics will be for sale in units as small as a 1/4 yard, so you can make whatever project you wish! To stay in the loop, sign up for our email newsletter at the top right of the blog. :)

 

April 20, 2017 by Sara Parker
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Karen

Karen said:

Thanks so much! Nice to be alongside my talented friend Tierney too! Can’t wait to order yardage?

Sara

Sara said:

Thanks, Karen! I love seeing your work! Your little needle books are adorable. :)

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