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

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

December is "Made in America" month: 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 Fibers Infographic Map by Ayanna Seals, via Behance (Originally created by NCSU but altered by the author)

Textile Fibers Infographic Map by Ayanna Seals, via Behance - another brilliant resource for our Science Unit

Textile Primer: Manufactured Biodegradable Fibres — The Note Passer

Textile Primer: Manufactured Biodegradable Fibres

Textile Primer: Manufactured Biodegradable Fibres — The Note Passer

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

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

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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