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Sources for Chic, New Eco Fabrics

Bamboo knit forms a soft and supple dress.

Bamboo knit forms a soft and supple dress.

Photo: Sloan Howard

by Sharon K. Blair
from Threads #138, p. 62
Naturally dyed peace silk, hemp, organic cotton knits and wovens
Bamboo and bamboo blends
Bamboo, soy and hemp blend wovens with cotton and nettle, bamboo jersey
Bamboo jersey

Eco-Sourcce, Inc. (formerly
Hemp canvas, denim, twill, muslin, sheeting and cotton blends
Hemp and hemp blend wovens, hemp blend jerseys, bamboo, cotton and soy blend jerseys and spandex blend knits, organic cotton wovens, including colorgrown
Bamboo dobby, organic cotton wovens, EcoFelt (made from recycled plastic bottles), seacell (made from seaweed), and organic cotton blend voile
Hemp canvas and twill
Hemp and hemp blends
Organic cotton crepe knit, organic wool jersey, interlock, and twill
Organic cotton jersey, French terry, fleece and blends, organic cotton wovens including colorgrown, hemp and hemp blend wovens, peace silk
Soy, bamboo and hemp jersey blends, hemp stretch, tencel
Organic cotton knits: fleece, French terry, interlock, jersey, pointelle, ribbing, thermal; wholesale only
Bamboo jersey and fleece, organic cotton jersey

Sharon Blair produces a line of eco-fiber ready-to-wear. Visit


Comments (3)

MollieJ MollieJ writes: I agree, Nature's Fabrics offer reasonably priced, good locking stuff.
Posted: 1:33 am on August 13th

waitingtosew waitingtosew writes: Nature's Fabrics has a lot of this sort of stuff too. Great service, quick shipping etc
Posted: 10:29 pm on December 26th

marion145 marion145 writes:
This eco fabric is really very good for the environment and the dress even look good. I am very pleased with the thought.

Marion Barrett
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Posted: 1:34 am on May 25th

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