Posts tagged ‘india’

Monaluna: Raaga

  Jennifer Moore of Monaluna drew on Indian style and motifs — elephants, lotus flowers, paisley, pomegranates — for her upcoming collection, Raaga. And of course, it’s 100%¬†GOTS-certified organic. Related posts: Monaluna: Modern Home Fall Quilt Market 2011: Monaluna Fall Quilt Market 2012 – Monaluna Spring Quilt Market 2011: Monaluna Spring Quilt Market 2012: Monaluna

New Selvedge Issue

The July/August 2008 issue of Selvedge Magazine is out now. I have a digital subscription through Exact Editions — highly recommended since it’s far more affordable than the paper version and gives you access to all the back issues. The issue’s theme is “Indian Summer” and contains a few standout articles on block printing in [...]

Andover Vegetable Dye Collection

U.K.-based fabric company Andover has a new line of fabrics hand-printed using vegetable dyes. The website doesn’t say so but I think they must certainly be from India. They would great for garments or home accessories. Available from Z&S and Strawberry Patches. The latter shop has the following information: By producing fabrics using natural dyes [...]


Soolip recycles scraps from the garment industry in India into a “tree-free” paper made from 100% cotton rag. The 30″x20″-ish pieces are hand screenprinted. The result is a wallpaper-weight fabric/paper that Soolip is selling as gift wrap but I bet it’d work for sewing projects — I’m thinking cards and fabric boxes, maybe even a [...]