Bamboo Fabric, Wool Fabric, Organic Cotton Fabric and Cotton Knit Fabric for all your sewing needs!
Natural, organic fabrics, produced without chemical assistance or additives, are the best fabrics for our children, families and environment. However, you might have had difficulty finding these fabrics easily in the past. Cloth production is one of the most difficult and complex of manufacturing processes, and the textile industry has been slower than most in adopting and providing responsible, natural products.
Because of the rise of bamboo and hemp fabrics, it is now easier than ever to find quality organic fabrics for your home. Product lines of organically grown bamboo fabrics are expanding rapidly and many fabrics carry a certification ensuring that they meet ecological manufacturing criteria. Bamboo fabric is the softest, smoothest fabric to wear next to your skin and it has the distinct advantage of wicking away moisture better than cotton or many synthetic fabrics, keeping skin dryer and more comfortable. Bamboo fabric by the yard comes in velour, fleece, terry, flannel and other extremely comfortable styles and is perfect for sewing baby, children or adult clothing. Organic hemp fabric is also available by the yard in fleece and jersey. The weight, softness and strength of organic hemp fabric make it a perfect choice for diaper fabric, children’s sheets and blankets, towels and many other household textiles. Dyed any of a multitude of colors or in its natural creamy-white hue, hemp fabric has a lovely texture which enhances any garment.
As manufacturers and retailers work harder to research and manufacture environmentally sound and healthy products, the task of finding and deciding which fabrics are right for you and your family is becoming easier. All-natural fabrics, like bamboo fabric and organic hemp fabric, are your best source of quality textiles to make your home and your environment as safe, healthy and comfortable as possible.
Many of our fabrics are made right here in the USA. It is our mission to support the American work force in any way possible. If fabrics are not marked as imported, then they are made in the USA.