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renewing and reweaving

renewing and reweaving

As the world around us unravels in ways most of us never imagined, I’m encouraged by the space being created for those who have been working to build alternatives to the destructive path we’ve been on for so long. In my business community, there is a great sense of...

winter solstice and textiles from the earth

winter solstice and textiles from the earth

The Winter Solstice is a time to enjoy the cozy silence of the year's longest night and to set intentions for the lengthening days ahead. I like to take this time to reflect on the growth patterns I’ve set and groundwork I’ve prepared in previous seasons and to start...

The Gift of Giving

The Gift of Giving

Gift giving has long been a way to connect us to one another, allowing us to express our feelings through tokens of affection and helping strengthen relationships. Sending a beautiful thoughtfully chosen or carefully crafted physical object to a friend or loved one is...

In the News


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Kitchen Garden Textiles: “De la Granja a la mesa”


Kitchen Garden Textiles makes farm-to-table linens

The Optimist Daily

This designer supports local farms by making eco-friendly kitchen textiles

VegWorld Magazine

Earth-friendly, sustainable home textiles Kitchen Garden Textiles launches new e-commerce website

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The Good Dirt

Linen is a woven and durable fabric that gets pulled out of the closet when summer rolls around or spread across one’s bed as a soft blanket or duvet cover. But the big question remains: how sustainable is linen?

Coffee dates with Jess

Listen in as Heidi speaks with Jessica Castillo about the importance of adopting sustainable practices in your everyday life, the story of starting kitchen garden textiles (originally called the kitchen garden series) and about passion and perseverance.

Heritage Radio Network with Hannah Fordin

In this live episode from the Good Food Mercantil in Brooklyn NY July 2019, Heidi and Hannah Fordin talk about the connection between good food and fine linen, marketing sustainable products and all there is to love about linen!

PHL 17 Weekend Philler

Get a peak at Heidi’s studio in this 2019 Weekend Philler highlight where she talks about striving to make it easy for you to do something good for the environment and why she supports urban agriculture.

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