Fat Quarter Tuesday – Organic Goodness

Nancy Mims new 100% Organic Cotton collection for Robert Kaufman, Pick a Bunch, arrived in tandem with 6 new additions to the Pure Organic Solids line. The colors are saturated and pure. Carrie already has a quilt underway and the scale of the prints are working beautifully.

Cloud9 Organic Fabrics launched the first collection of a new Designer Series featuring South African surface and product designer, Heather Moore. Heather works under the brand name Skinny laMinx. Cut Out & Keep is a spectacular collection of 8 prints based on her paper-cut designs. The scale works wonderfully for clothing, quilting and accessory projects.

This is also printed on what Cloud9 is calling their ‘price sensitive’ organic cotton. I’d like to share the following description from the Cloud9 Fabrics website:

Premium Collection base cloth is a high end 200 theadcount fabric. It is silky smooth and luxurious to the touch. It is crisp to the touch, yet drapes beautifully. We generally reserve this fabrication for nursery based collections. It often has a bright white character, acheieved through non-chlorine bleach whiteners and without the use of optical brightners. Typically this is produced in India, unless otherwise noted.

Price Sensitive Collection base cloth is a true quilter’s cotton with an equal amount of yarns in the warp and weft for even shrinkage. It has a clean finish and supple hand/feel. The typical cast on this fabrication is a creamy white through the use of non-chlorine bleach whiteners. We use this fabrication for our Desginer Series and other non-nursery ranges. Typically we produce this in Pakistan, unless otherwise noted.

I find the quality to be equal, just a different hand. I’m excited they’re offering such an affordable 100% Organic option.

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Last week’s winners of a Summer Color Stack of their choice:

Susan K in Canada (blog comments) and Jennifer (newsletter subscriber)

Congrats and look for an e-mail on Thursday.

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How Fat Quarter Tuesday works:

  • Every Tuesday two items from the Pink Chalk Fabrics online store will be featured and given away the following week in a random drawing.
  • The first winner is selected from those who opened their Pink Chalk Fabrics e-mail newsletter during the week.
  • The second winner is selected from all comments left on the blog for the week (comments from all posts, not just the giveaway post).

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214 Responses to Fat Quarter Tuesday – Organic Goodness
  1. Elizabethdx
    May 9, 2011 | 12:59 pm

    just love that pick a bunch line! and if you had asked me about those colors, i would have said i didn’t like them. shows you what i know.

  2. Pamela S.
    May 11, 2011 | 3:41 am

    The pick a bunch colors are de-lish!

  3. Mary
    May 11, 2011 | 9:25 pm

    Oh wow, these fabrics are just fantastic. They just get me itching to get started on a new project! I’m loving the organic feel to them.

  4. Naomi Ruth
    May 13, 2011 | 12:14 pm

    I’m loving these fabrics!

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