worthygoods textile

worthygoods textile is about having organic options that are luxurious, sustainable, current and often domestically made.

How did worthygoods textile come about?

Blame the sherpa. After getting phone calls, convos and emails from those interested in purchasing the organic cotton sherpa I line my worthygoods winter hats with, I knew there was a market for this gorgeous fabric. What a fantastic opportunity to both expand my own organic options as well as share the lovely sustainable fibers I’ve sourced.

So in September of 2009, I opened worthygoods textile and stocked it with natural basics: organic terry cloth, organic fleece, organic sherpa and organic sheeting. GOTS certified fabrics that adhere to a high standard of ecological and social requirement. Just as important, they feel amazing and wash & wear beautifully.

vintage factory lasts

What will I find at worthygoods textile?

Cloud9 FabricsBirch Fabrics and Michael Miller Fabrics are all lines found regularly at worthygoods textile. I’m looking forward to expanding this line of designer organic quilting-weight cottons in 2012. Interested in a big order? Often textiles are available by the 10 yard bolt. Vintage New England textile mill spools as well as vintage New England shoe factory wooden lasts are wonderful for both organization and display. Some organic trims are available, as well as hand-torn (by me) fabric ribbons and the occasional odd trims (GIANT ric rac, anyone?) that I pick up while poking about the local flea.

Looking towards the future, DaisyJanie  and Harmony Art are both lines I’d love to include, as well as Robert Kaufman‘s (new-ish) organic line.

Curious?

Try a swatch kit or textile sample bundle of Fat Quarters to get a real feel for the organic fabrics at worthygoods textile.

2 thoughts on “worthygoods textile

  1. I see that swatches purchases are available, but I wanted to know a price of a larger order first. If, say, I were to purchase 100 yards. what would the price per yard be?

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