Eco-Friendly Fabrics by Jenny Lee-Katz


Cariad Red

Jenny Lee-Katz is a Pennsylvania-based textile designer who was born in Wales. She started out hand-screenprinting her designs but worried about disposal of the chemicals and dyes used in the process. So she turned to digital printing, which allows the use of eco-friendly pigment dyes and virtually eliminates waste.

She currently has two collections: Caraid (Welsh for “Love”), modern florals in varying scales with coordinating stripes in coral red, pink, and blue; and Glan y Môr (Welsh for “Seaside”), full of midcentury-inspired sea creatures in coral red, sage, navy and light seafoam blue, muted yellow, and orange. All prints are available on linen, organic denim, or a hemp-cotton blend fabrics. Prices are on the higher end, $90/yard.


Gwylan – Coral


Tywod Arian


Glan y Môr Stripe




Macrell Yellow

See more fabrics here, and keep an eye out for a children’s collection coming soon.


  1. Mary P says:

    Wow–these are gorgeous! Unfortunately they are out of my price range. :( I would be willing to pay a little more than usual for cloth not made with harsh chemicals, just not that much…hopefully the market will change over time and there will be more out there to choose from in a lower price range.

  2. These are such beautiful fabrics, with lovely colours.

  3. brooke says:

    I just love that sand dollar fabric!

  4. colleen says:

    Love the designs. Especially interested in the digital printing as I have a digital printer myself but it’s a very small bed, designed for printing T-shirts.

  5. Jannette says:

    Gorgeous. Absolutely gorgeous. Won’t be able to afford them, ever, but do I love these..

  6. Sondra says:

    Love these designs. Really enjoy them. Thanks. Sondra