Inspired by their desire for “more than beige,” Fiber Organics offers textiles made from organic cotton, bamboo, hemp, soy, silk, and wool, among others, all printed with low-impact dyes. We love the unique, hand-printed and herbally-dyed Rooftops textile—ideal for kitchen towels or patio chair cushions.
Preparing to take on a bigger project or prefer a classic yet elegant print? Check out the upholstery-weight fabrics printed on a certified organic blend like Cherry Blossom, designed by SF Bay Area artist Nina Jizhar.
Priced per quarter-yard, these textile goods accommodate both veteran upholsters and amateur DIY-ers. There exist both weaves of highly-pigmented hemp and soy linen and everyday basic black knits. Of course, if you like to do the knitting, you can select from several different blends of yarn (sold by the skein), such as Bambool (80% bamboo, 20% merino wool) in creative and color-saturated “thundercloud” or “bronzed green.”
Or, for lighter, lacier designs, go with Allhemp6, a 100% yarn that keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Versatility meets va va voom in organic fibers that are anything but vanilla.
*Photo Credit: Fiber Organics