Little Roots Fabrics Round 10

Round 10 at Little Roots Fabrics has Earth Day prints and panels! I love them all so much! There's also a really cool inclusive little red riding hood print at preorder too.

Little Roots Fabrics has been printing in the US with organic inks for over a year now. This year they have also added US grown organic cotton stash staples. Shown here is the Stone Jersey paired with the Earth Day print.

The Stone Jersey is amazing-
• 100% ORGANIC
• 100% US seed to finish (grown, milled, knitted, finished)
• 9oz/ linear yard
• Approx 30% stretch, cross grain
• 56" width

The Stone Jersey is in stock and available now! The Earth Day print coordinates perfectly and is at preorder through February 28. Since it is printed in the US, the turnaround time for it to be in your hands is super quick!

Little Roots Fabrics is also offering cut files in an assortment of Earth Day designs that coordinate perfectly with the Earth Day prints. My top is the Visby Henley & Top from Itch to Stitch. I debated making this with the henley placket, but decided to use the HTV design instead.  I'll definitely be making a henley version soon.

Here is a look at another and the digital mock up of the Earth Day print.


There is also a tri-panel set of Earthy panels.

Earth Day/Bee PANELS

I love the Earth panel. The Coastal Blue Charcoal Stripes match perfectly.

The panel comes with a small strip of charcoal stripes in a two tone blue. I left a small bit of them at the bottom of the panel for the front of my shirt and used it for the upper back on the Winter Wear Designs Tidewater Tee.

I love how these stripes look together. This is one of my favorite tops to make as I cam make one with just a yard of fabric.

Here's a small snapshot of the other prints at preorder.

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The entire round is just gorgeous! Check out the entire line up and place your order by February 28th!

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