eco find :: ink & spindle

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i've been slightly obsessing over ink & spindle for a little while now- and thought i should at least give you the opportunity to do the same! these three lovely ladies were brought together by their common passion for screen printed textiles and sustainable alternatives.  all of their fabric is printed on an organic cotton/hemp blend, with environmentally friendly, solvent free inks- yeah!


this is just a sneak peek of their beautiful designs. my first ink & spindle love was the birch forest print in robins egg (upper left).  i want to make curtains from it!

now i could really get creative in a space like this...


here are the gals hard at work screen printing the fabric.  do you see how yummy that birch forest is in gold? sigh...

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  • Happy to find you and this inspiring article! Thanks!

  • All I have to say is “Oh, Golly, Wow!”

    • rosie- i’ll second that! :)

  • I’ve been drooling over ink & spindle’s work since before the WERE ink & spindle, haha. I have some of their fabric that I haven’t used yet … need to decide what it is best for!

  • Your fabric is beautiful. Do you print any heavier weight fabrics like canvas?

    Also, I wanted to let you know I’ve got a “One Lovely Blog” award for you on my blog. Pick it up at I chose you because you inspire me to express myself creatively.

    Here’s the rules for the “One Lovely Blog Award.” Accept the award, post it on your blog together with the name of the person who has granted the award, and his or her blog link. Pass the award to 15 other blogs that you’ve newly discovered. Remember to contact the bloggers to let them know they have been chosen for this award.

    • tonya- thank you so much! i’m not sure about your fabric question- you can contact ink & spindle directly, here’s their contact page:

      victoria- you’re always one step ahead of me! i think we are sisters from another mother…

  • Wow, that is so fabulous! I love their “office” so gorgeous and the fabrics are delicious!

  • oh. dear. lord. that fabric is delicious! My mind just ran away for a couple minutes thinking of all the fun I could have with those patterns. Thanks for sharing!!!

  • Printing yardgae is not a small undertaking. its amazing they are doing this it’s hard work printing fabric without spilling something on it or marking it in someway!

    • hi jane! i know, right? very orderly. i love future shelter!

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