Our Ecofriendly Fiber Shop is currently closed because we are moving! The tentative reopen date is August 1st so check back then. Thanks!


We are moving- shop is temporarily closed

We are currently in the process of moving so while we try and get all that sorted the eco friendly fiber shop will be temporarily closed. The goal is to reopen August 1st in a much better space. Blog post and other resources are still available during the move. 

Latest Blog Posts-Craft Book Review

In the latest blog post I review the book Sewing Machine Magic by Steffani Lincecum.

Spring into Tulip Season

It's finally spring! And that means tulips and cute knits for babies. Check out my adorable and free tulip sweater vest pattern for babies. Sizes 3, 6 or 12 months.


Eco Friendly Shop- closed for the move

The shop is open again! Check out our offerings of hemp and organic cotton fabrics, organic cotton thread and yarn from local sheep. 

Don't see what you are looking for? Let us know so we can look into stocking what you need. 


Blog

Immerse yourself in sewing, knitting, natural dyeing, needle arts, paper crafts and much more- all with sustainability in mind. We don't have to destroy the planet while making it prettier. 

In this blog you will also find informative articles relating to sustainable fibers and crafts. The more information you have the better choices you can make.

 And if that is not enough, I also offer craft book reviews. I love craft books but not all make the cut. I read the books and try the patterns to find the gems worth adding to your library.

 Read about how I made these awesome wide-leg pants from the book Gertie Sews. 

Read about how I made these awesome wide-leg pants from the book Gertie Sews. 

 Turmeric is a readily available dye stuff that creates a brilliant yellow and is easy to work with. Read how I dyed this yarn.

Turmeric is a readily available dye stuff that creates a brilliant yellow and is easy to work with. Read how I dyed this yarn.


WAVOKI IS ALL ABOUT MAKING THE BEST CHOICES FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND FOR OURSELVES. WE STILL NEED TO WEAR CLOTHES, DECORATE OUR HOMES AND GIVE GIFTS TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY BUT THE MATERIALS WE CHOOSE TO PURCHASE AND THE ITEMS WE DECIDE TO MAKE CAN BE SUSTAINABLE AND THOUGHTFUL. THANK YOU FOR VISITING WAVOKI AND I HOPE YOU FIND INSPIRATION IN THESE PAGES.
— Selby Gunter- Owner of Wavoki Crafts