I’ve been loving all the hand block-printed fabrics in the shops lately. I thought it would be nice to order it straight from the source so I found some really great fabric companies on Etsy. I ordered fabric straight from India and had some pillows made for my house. I love them so much! The fabric is authentic and the prices are so reasonable (Most way under $20 a yard). These fabrics can be used for home decorating or for clothing. Check out some of my favorite sources, after the jump!
Indigo Blue Hand Printed Fabric 1 of 11This fabric is organic cotton and made using vegetable dyes.
$5.50 per yard at Fabric Treasury on Etsy.
Lightweight Cotton 2 of 11This lightweight cotton is perfect for a dress or blouse.
$14.29 at Monsoon Weave on Etsy.
Antique Silk Blend 3 of 11This fabric would make great drapes!
$20.41 per meter at Monsoon Weave.
Block Printed Hemp 4 of 11Part organic cotton, party hemp, this fabric is printed using water-based inks.
$10 at Home Sweet.
Paisley Block Printed Fabric 5 of 11This 100% cotton fabric is hand blocked in India using traditional methods.
$14.29 at Monsoon Weave.
Floral Block Printed Cotton 6 of 11This beautiful white on grey fabric makes great napkins or tablecloths.
$2.50 at Sitara.
Red Cotton 7 of 11This white patterned red cotton would look pretty as a pillow.
$3.99 at Sitara.
Beige and Black Cotton 8 of 11This fabric is shipped straight from India where it is hand block printed.
$2.50 at Sitara.
Blue and Aqua Paisley 9 of 11Each state in India produces signature patterns. This paisley comes from the state of Gujarat.
$6.50 at Pallavik.
Light Cotton Block Print 10 of 11This aqua and black fabric is in a light weight cotton voile which makes it perfect for clothing.
$16.33 at Monsoon Weave.
Fox Fabric 11 of 11This red cotton is printed with foxes. The fabrics hand block printed by a mom who suffered a stroke and uses the process to improve her motor skills. Beautiful fabric for a great cause!
$12.00 at 3SoL.
Top photo: Monsoon Weave on Etsy. All other photos from respective sources.
Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!
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