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Happy Harvest Green Wood by Doodlebug Design for Riley Blake

The sun, it rises slowly as you walk away from all the fears and all the faults you've left behind... 'Cause I need freedom now and I need to know how to live my life as it's meant to be. ~ "The Cave" (Mumford & Sons)

Dyes from plants. Excerpts from 'Harvesting Color' by Rebecca Burgess. (Artisan Books). Copyright (c) 2011. Photographs by Paige Green

Fermenting bacteria spinning solid skins, plant stalks interlocking to form home-grown lace, human bone grown bangles: just a small selection of the ideas that are born when textile designers meet biologists, material scientists and physicists. Bridging the boundaries of science and fashion, a series of projects are hoping to revolutionise the textile industry, creating a cleaner future. On average for every kilogram of textiles, 10 kilos of chemicals are used which are extremely harmful.

Weld- When over-dyed with woad, it produces Lincoln Green, which is supposed to have been used to dye the clothes worn by Robin Hood and his band in the 13th century.

Kaufman Artisan Batiks Cornucopia Sunflowers Harvest from @fabricdotcom From Robert Kaufman, this batik print cotton fabric is perfect for quilting, apparel, and home decor accents. Fabric features an allover design of sunflowers. Colors include yellow, purple, brown, rust, and green.

These fall quilted placemats feature four earth tone fabrics that will remind you of crisp colorful leaves, bon fires, and cooler weather. The four fabrics I used in these unique placemats are rusty orange, olive green, barn red paisley set on a soft black, and buttery gold. A perfect addition to your harvest table or on end tables to add a touch of color. A wonderful accent to your current fall decor or use the placemats all year long. 18 1/2 x 14 1/2 Set of 4 100% quilt shop qua...

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