Fabrics Green Depot Hemp Fabric

Published on January 21st, 2009 | by Jackie Hernandez

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Fabulous Fabrics: Green Depot on Etsy

Green Depot Hemp FabricGreen Depot, fabulous source for eco-friendly fabrics on Etsy, aims to help promote green living by offering supplies to make sustainable products.  The Green Depot selection of fabrics includes organic cotton, hemp, and other sustainable fabric blends.  They carry a wide variety of textures and colors, including stripes.  Green Depot also carries vintage pillowcases, hankies, and tablecloths just screaming to be upcycled.  All fabrics are sold by the yard with prices starting at only $6/yd!

Tina Bossy, the mastermind behind Green Depot, started her first business Bossy Baby about 6 years ago.  Bossy Baby is an eco-responsible children’s clothing label featuring organic cotton and vintage fabrics.  With a 15 year history designing children’s clothing and access to fabric suppliers, Tina has decided to dabble into the textile world.  Green Depot has been open less than 3 weeks, but is already generating sales and a small following on Etsy.

[Image courtesy of Tina Bossy, Green Depot]


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I am a work-at-home mom busy chasing after my son and establishing my eco-business, Tiny Décor. I also write the Tiny Décor Blog aimed at modern parents trying to go green for their kids. Tiny Décor has allowed me to turn a passion for sewing, craft, and environmentalism into a business. Blog writing has become an outlet for me to share my experiences going green, being a parent, and loving the planet.



14 Responses to Fabulous Fabrics: Green Depot on Etsy

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  2. Micheal says:

    Green Depot sounds like my kind of company, how ever my only concern is where are this fabrics made? I believe sustainable is also about buying local made products!

  3. Micheal says:

    Green Depot sounds like my kind of company, how ever my only concern is where are this fabrics made? I believe sustainable is also about buying local made products!

  4. Micheal says:

    Green Depot sounds like my kind of company, how ever my only concern is where are this fabrics made? I believe sustainable is also about buying local made products!

  5. Michael you had a great question. I checked with Tina about where the Green Depot fabrics are made.

    Her certified organic cottons are all sewn/knitted and processed in the USA. They use a low reactive dye process.

    The Hemp and Hemp/PET blends are fair trade from China.

    The vintage trims are all source locally. The vintage fabrics are sourced from Northern America, UK, and Australia, but most come from USA.

  6. Michael you had a great question. I checked with Tina about where the Green Depot fabrics are made.

    Her certified organic cottons are all sewn/knitted and processed in the USA. They use a low reactive dye process.

    The Hemp and Hemp/PET blends are fair trade from China.

    The vintage trims are all source locally. The vintage fabrics are sourced from Northern America, UK, and Australia, but most come from USA.

  7. Michael you had a great question. I checked with Tina about where the Green Depot fabrics are made.

    Her certified organic cottons are all sewn/knitted and processed in the USA. They use a low reactive dye process.

    The Hemp and Hemp/PET blends are fair trade from China.

    The vintage trims are all source locally. The vintage fabrics are sourced from Northern America, UK, and Australia, but most come from USA.

  8. thanks for the tip! i just bought some. too bad their shipping is really high… brings the price to about $12 a yard!

  9. thanks for the tip! i just bought some. too bad their shipping is really high… brings the price to about $12 a yard!

  10. thanks for the tip! i just bought some. too bad their shipping is really high… brings the price to about $12 a yard!

  11. thanks for the tip! i just bought some. too bad their shipping is really high… brings the price to about $12 a yard!

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