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The Internet: Sites for ‘green’ fabrics

Here are four internet sites where you can buy organic fabrics.

Qcollection.com has an “expansive line of Forest Stewardship Council–certified furniture, safely dyed textiles,” and other home accessories.

Organiccottonplus.com, a company based in rural West Texas, has “insanely affordable organic denim and chambray.” The site also offers twills, knits, flannels, and woven terry.

Modgreenpod.com aims to take organic fabric from hippie to hip. This family operation offers eight collections of organic cotton. Many whimsical prints are also available as “vinyl-free wallpaper.”

Harmonyart.com provides “delightful” certified organic prints from a “fair-trade-oriented wholesale” designer. The site also explains how to care for and work with such fabrics.

Source: Domino

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