We are all totally stoked on these new quilted cottons from Riley Blake! They are brand new, and already super popular! These fabrics feature some of Riley Blake’s most popular designs: chevrons, skulls, mustaches, and glasses! Each fabric is backed with a complementary polka-dot, and quilted using a soft poly batting!
The most awesome thing about these fabrics is how quickly you can whip up a cute handmade project! All you need is some bias tape for binding and you’ll have an adorable quilt! It pretty much makes itself, talk about instant gratification
I fell in love with this pattern back in 2012 when we had a Miz Mozellesewalong! I’ve made this dress a few times since, and I know I’ll be making more in the future! The pattern is easy and super quick to put together, great for beginners or whenever you want a new dress fast!
Hello and welcome to our Organic Cotton Produce Bag tutorial! This is an easy gift idea for the conscious shopper, or anybody! We will be making a large drawstring bag to hold produce. Keep in mind, this simple drawstring bad idea could be made to hold anything; toys, clothes, foraged goods, etc. Though the popular style of produce bag seems to be mesh fabric, I think organic cotton is a good choice when you are holding food items.
Hello and welcome to our Organic Cotton Reusable Shopping Bag Tutorial! Today we will learn how to make a reusable shopping bag with pocket(s) and a matching mini bag to store your shopping bag while you are not using it. This is a great holiday gift idea for the environmentally conscious shoppers on your list. When it comes to choosing fabric that will be carrying your food, organic cotton is a great choice. The organic fabric I chose for this project is from the very cute and new line by Birch Fabrics called Koi. It states on Birch’s website, “our fabric is produced from 100% organic cotton, and printed with low impact dyes.”