Posts tagged ‘bamboo’

Pickering International

Pickering International is a San Francisco-based wholesale company specializing in textiles made from sustainable and organic fibers. They have all manner of fabric types made from organic cotton and linen, hemp, bamboo, soybean, silk, wool, and other fibers (yak!). And blends thereof. These are just some of the prints and woven or knit patterns, but [...]


Joining the ever-growing list of Australian hand-screenprinted fabric designers is FippaFabric near Melbourne. These original designs are printed on a 53″ bamboo-cotton blend with solvent-free colors. I love these modern European folk-inspired designs and hope there’s more to come from this shop. Related posts: New Print From Pippijoe: Elka EmilyMe Fabric by Melbomba Butter Creative [...]

Textile Stew: 9/2/09

Cafe Cartolina on Ouno Design WREN handmade: Stockholm shopping (ummm? drool.) a la mode fabric’s collection of Heather Ross Munki Munki fabrics Birds of Ohio: Japanese Wax Resist The Purl Bee has a color of the week thing going on on Facebook. This week, it’s Peacock (my favorite blue!) Feedsack Friday on the Rickrack Rag [...]

Quilt Market Fall 2008: Robert Kaufman

I sat down with the marketing department of Robert Kaufman Fabrics, Kyle Sanchez, Emmie Goldenbaum, and Allie Heath. Since RK provides fabric for both the quilting and manufacturing markets, they have a huge selection and are particularly strong in solids and basics, including their much-loved Kona Cotton Solids. They also produce collections by designers Amy [...]