We love our fabric - the colours blend beautifully to create bold, cutesy or calming neutral projects that work wonderfully in any context. To show just how well they go together we can't help producing projects, but we're not designers or professional fabric artists, so we let you have the majority of our project instructions for free (or for the cost of the photocopying when we take them on tour). Enjoy, adapt, or reinvent as you wish, but most importantly if you make one of our projects, or anything else with our fair trade fabric, please send us a picture either by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by posting to our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/fairtradefabric so that we can admire your work!
Make this charming tea cosy with our simple instructions, a fat quarter and 25cm of lining fabric
Brighten up your kitchen with these lovely oven gloves and make baking a delight! A quick and easy make.
Create your own version of our favourite cushion style using Fairtrade certified velveteen or babycord and these simple instructions.
These napkins use a special construction to give you two layers of fabric for extra protection from spills and nicely concealed seams.
Create your own fabric Christmas cards without even lifting a needle with our easy 'how to'. There are four fab designs - stocking, pudding, Christmas tree and our favourite - Rudolfina!
160 x 5" squares, some bias binding and some fabric scraps transform into this summery quilt for a single bed. Piecing suitable for beginners, although might need help with the binding and quilting.
Create these funky scandi-style Christmas cards with just a few fabric pieces, some wadding and some card.
Make this elephant toy with just one charm pack, some stuffing, buttons and a strand of wool!
Create these sweet Christmas gift bags and make your wrapping as special as your gifts.
Make 4 stylish gift boxes with just 2 fat quarters and wow your friends and family this Christmas.
40cm black fabric, 30cm blue fabric and 50cm lining fabric will make 5 of these party bags which will go down a treat at a Knight party
One fat quarter and 20cm of lining fabric will make 3 of these party bags to really spoil little party guests.
Six fat quarters and some scraps will make the top of this simple quilt design, suitable for intermediate level stitchers
This simple shopping bag can be made in under an hour from a half metre piece of fabric (120cm width) and a fat quarter for the facing.
Use just one charm pack to make this lovely cushion in a traditional design.
Use a charm pack and some pre-made bias binding to make this super-quick bunting for a special event.