"Complete Guide To Organic Fabric" in Living Crafts Magazine
Have you seen the Spring 2009 issue of Living Crafts Magazine? Winnie and I wrote an article in it, entitled "Going Green With Organic Fabrics." (On the cover, it's optimistically called the "Complete Guide to Organic Fabric," which I think may be just a tad optimistic for an eight-page article, but I'm not complaining...)
I'm not going to say it's entirely comprehensive -- there's only so much you can say within the word constraints of a magazine article -- but it is a decent introduction to the concept if I do say so myself. We were able to talk with some people who have been innovators in the field for many years while writing the article, including Sally Fox, Matt Mole, Barbara Filippone, and Daniel Sanders, and the piece immediately after ours shows how to sew an organic doll quilt in an afternoon (written by Meryl Ann Butler, whose 90-Minute Quilts book is invaluable if you want quick projects for gifting or just need a nice, easy introduction to quilting). It's a fun magazine, especially if you have small children -- if you don't already subscribe, you may want to pick up a copy of your own.
(We'll also be giving out copies of the magazine at our booth at the Denver Green Festival, May 2-3. As if you really needed a reason besides our shiny happy faces to stop by and see us!)