Cloth Coloring Book – Series 3


Limited Edition: Cloth Coloring Page Book #3. Each coloring book kit include one 12” x 12” bound cloth book with 12 pages and one pack of fiber markers.

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Limited Edition: Coloring Page Book #3

This is a limited edition cloth coloring book and is #3 in the series. Each page of this cloth coloring book has been hand wood blocked and is ready for you to add your own special touch.

Color on the cloth pages just like you would color on paper to create your own unique fabrics for any kind of fiber craft; Quilting, pillow coverings, garden flags, wearables, the possibilities are endless! The included fiber markers are permanent and waterproof after a 24 hour drying period. When you’re finished coloring, pages are removable by removing the screws and rulers at the top.

Included in your kit:

  • One 12” x 12” bound cloth book with 12 pages (2 pages of each pattern)
  • One pack of fiber markers
  • Instructions

History of the Wood Block Printing

Four centuries ago, traders via the silk and spice routes brought hand-carved wooden printing blocks from India to the south of France. Since that time, wood block printed cloth has captured the hearts of Provence and most textile lovers. For forty years, Joann Condino has developed a unique style using her own collection of antique blocks and is now printing a signature line of 100% American Made Brand Cotton Cloth Coloring Books in northern Michigan.

About American Made Brand Cotton

American Made Brand was founded in 2013 out of our desire and commitment to bring back the tradition of American textile production. Our Upland Cotton uses only the finest yarns in the world and is entirely sourced and manufactured in the United States.

The cotton comes from all over the cotton belt which stretches from the Carolina’s to the Mississippi delta, Texas and California. It is grown by farmers that adhere to standards that minimize runoff and pesticide and fertilizer use. We just love supporting the people who are farming sustainably.

The spinning and dying is done in North Carolina, the weaving and dying is done in South Carolina and we bolt the fabric in Seattle Washington.

Producing fabric in the United States is a collaborative process and one we are proud of as this means we are helping keep hundreds of jobs in the USA.