Organic Solid Fabric Bundle

Organic Solids: Cloud9 Cirrus Solids and Birch Solid Poplins

Cloud9 Fabrics' Cirrus Solids and Birch Fabrics Solid Poplins are two of the most popular certified organic cotton fabric lines with solid colors.  You may wonder if there is a difference between the two lines and how to choose which is right for your project.  Please see the table below for all the details about how these solids are similar and where they differ.
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The Wonderful Things You Will Be soft book

Soft Book Panel - The Wonderful Things You Will Be

This weekend I made this adorable soft book using the Dream World soft book panel from Riley Blake Designs. 
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Fat Quarter Friendly Bulletin Board for Remote Learning or Home Office

Fat Quarter Friendly Bulletin Board for Remote Learning or Home Office

This fat quarter friendly bulletin board is a quick and easy way to decorate a remote learning space for children or a home office.
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Charity Sew Along hosted by SuzyQuilts

Charity Sew Along hosted by SuzyQuilts

Beginning August 26, 2020, join Going Coastal Fabrics in the We Sew Together 2020 (#wesewtogether2020) charity sew along hosted by Suzy Williams of Suzy Quilts.  
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Cloth Napkins Tutorial

Cloth Napkins Tutorial

Cloth napkins are an eco-friendly alternative to paper napkins and all the fabrics at Going Coastal Fabrics are free from toxins so you can feel good about wiping your mouth and hands on these once they're made.  These are a fun and quick project and good for beginners, too.

Here's a tutorial so you can try them out:

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GOTS Organic & OEKO-TEX Certified Fabrics

GOTS Organic & OEKO-TEX Certified Fabrics

In a nutshell, there two types of certification used to signify fabrics are toxin-free: GOTS and OEKO-TEX.  The GOTS and OEKO-TEX certifications are your guarantee that the fabric doesn't have any harmful chemicals.  Specifically, GOTS and OEKO-TEX certifications means there are no flame retardants, carcinogenic and allergy-inducing dyes, pesticides, heavy metals, or formaldehyde in the finished fabric.
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