Have you ever thought about going organic with your quilting?
It’s been on my mind lately,
especially because I already own some lovely Charley Harper fabrics that are organics.
It got me thinking, is there organic thread and batting?
Indeed, there are such things, and one can make an entire organic quilt, it seems!
I was in a lovely swap, the Charley Harper swap.
I made a pretty, fat little bird and enjoyed using this fabric.
But, now, I have a scrap stack high enough to make a baby sized quilt.
I thought it would be a good stretch of the imagination to sew up something completely organic
out of said scraps for my Etsy shop, and see what happens!
Whilst digging in my fabric closet, I also found some Nancy Mim organics.
These have a totally different color feel to them,
so it might be fun to see what can be made of them, too!
I’ll have to order a few things, like organic solid and backing,
and thread and batting.
But it will be good to see if those will sell well, or if they will languish in the shop!
What do you think? Is organic important, or just a fad?