We looked on our bookshelves, and started a list of books related to our mission of producing ecologically conscious clothing that represents systemic beauty—from seed to skin. This list is in progress, so if you have additional links to suggest, please email us at fibershed@gmail.com.

We always encourage purchasing books from your local bookstore, but we are linking to online sources so you can learn more about the books.

Natural Dyes

Fiber and fiber animals

Knitting

Sewing

Textile Design

Weaving

Land Based

Children’s Books

Anthropology

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