Yay! I'm back in the swing of Iron Crafting!! I missed a few weeks because my life was taken over by the play... I will be catching up on those weeks' challenges, just on principle, but for now, here's this week's challenge.
Green, as in the colour.
But I thought, hey, why not see just how green I can get with this.
So here is my green-ness:
1. I used both fabric that is green, and fabric that has green in it; thus fulfilling the main requirement of the challenge.
2. Both fabrics are natural fibres: the solid green is linen, and the print is cotton. No synthetics.
3. Both fabrics are thrifted... the linen was found at Value Village... apparently someone changed their mind about using it. The print is a vintage sheet that I got at the Sally Ann.
4. I used my green, recycled fabrics to make a re-usable lunch bag that is exactly the right size to carry my...
5. ...glass (not plastic!) square container in which I transport my...
Edited to add: I totally forgot to mention that the bag is adapted from the Lunch bag pattern in Akiko Mano's book Linen Wool Cotton. Sorry about that...