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Kitchen Garden Textiles

Straw into gold, agriculture and textiles.

Much of this business is built on the connections to be made between textile manufacturing and agriculture as ancient human practices. I began making cloth napkins in 2012 and committed...

Kneehigh Flax Field

The day after Earth Day 2020, during the April new moon, Emma and I planted flax seed on her farm in Pottstown. We gathered our cross back aprons in front...

My bright spots under quarantine

Driving Less By this point in your state lockdown, you may be missing social outings like going out to dinner, or to the movies, or, well, anywhere at all. The...

What's in a name?

What is a 'kitchen garden'? A garden where plants for use in the kitchen are cultivated for everyday use. I chose the name 'the kitchen garden series' because it represents a sense of place...

How to reverse the plastic bag trend

  We’ve all heard about the negative environmental impacts of single-use plastic bags. In the last fifty years, the United States has grown the use of plastic bags from zero to...

How did I think of this business?

When people look at my work, they often ask "how did you think of that"? The short answer is that the kitchen garden series is an accumulation of my life...

What is a Fibershed and Why Does it it Matter?

The kitchen garden series takes a strong interest in combining textiles and environmental stewardship. My commitment to the environment takes many forms... As part of my engagement with sustainability issues, just...

Nina's Magic Farm

Nina Berryman, the farm manager for the Weavers Way Farms, and her farm are a big part of the mission of the kitchen garden series. Nina and I recently sat down...

Textiles are Crops

I seek to create a line of textiles that is as equally viable for the environment as organic, urban food production. 

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