The Slow Fashion Movement: 10 Brands That Are Doing it Right

The Slow Fashion Movement: 10 Brands That Are Doing it Right

The seasonal color wheel: A guide to natural dyes made from seasonal foods – by Sasha Duerr, the founder and director of the Permacouture Institute, an educational non-profit organization that works with hands-on grassroots projects to support sustainability in fashion and textiles

The Seasonal Color Wheel: A Guide to Natural Dyes Made From Seasonal Foods

The seasonal color wheel: A guide to natural dyes made from seasonal foods – by Sasha Duerr, the founder and director of the Permacouture Institute

infographic showing the benefits of #OrganicCotton over regular cotton by Global Organic Textile Standard #GOTS

Organic September Win an organic outfit - To enter, find the answer to the question in our organic cotton infographic - The competition closes on 25 September

Textile Primer: Manufactured Biodegradable Fibres — The Note Passer

Textile Primer: Manufactured Biodegradable Fibres

CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART: Recycling in textile projects:  "This is a technique for using up left over threads, fibres, fabric scraps and other bits n bobs by sandwiching them between bubble wrap and cling film and fusing them together with a hot iron" : http://www.flickr.com/photos/lovestitchingred/3561748021/in/photostream/  Another option: water soluable sheets and netting

Using Leftover Embroidery Floss, Thread, and Fibers: Textile Art Collage

How fabulous is this "Let Them Recycle" Marie Antoinette-style gown designed by Kresta Lins as part of Reel Green Media's Sustainable Sirens campaign >> https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=497664513591247=a.248692471821787.73856.152992901391745=1

"Let Them Recycle" Marie Antoinette-style gown designed by Kresta Lins as part of Reel Green Media's Sustainable Sirens Campaign

Blog — Ecouture Textiles Great instructions

Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood', Bidens 'Big Eye' and Red Sand Cherry on Copperplate…


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