|We are happy to print your text or graphic, or both! There is a one time, per design set up fee of $30 that must accompany each design you require. This fee does not apply to reorders.
Pictured here are our blends #088 (pink) and #058 (brown/black) in our silk, #220 (green) in our single sided satin and #047 (blue) in our woven edge double faced silk satin. Also pictured are Earth Satin (polyester) spools in black and green with white print. Currently we are offering our 5/8" for printing but will be expanding to other widths in any of our 170 colors. Black and white print are shown above, other colors will be pictured here soon!
Send us your logo and/or text and we will create a digital mockup prior to shipping.
These Earth Silk spools are made by hand in our Seattle studio. Our 100% silk hand dipped, ribbon dyeing process produces a unique look with subtle qualities that cannot be found in traditional ribbon dyeing. Our process creates almost zero waste and generates a lasting work of art.
These silk ribbons are colorfast (after washing) washable, dry-cleanable and are 100% silk. We highly recommend ordering samples if your project is color sensitive. We also recommend washing a sample to see how it behaves before working the silk into anything that may be exposed to water.
These spools are made by Of The Earth. In conventional dyeing the yarn is first dyed in a vat and then loaded onto a loom where the strands are woven together to form the ribbon. In this hand dyeing method all of the action happens while the spool is tightly wrapped, that pressure resist influences where and how the dye is absorbed. We hope you enjoy our ribbons as much as we like making them! There are over 170 colors in our line and we continue to add more as our customers continue to bring custom requests. Contact us with yours!
Since 1995 Of The Earth has been manufacturing hand made paper and converting it by hand into wedding invitations from their Seattle location. Online since 1997, this husband and wife team have been shipping fine invitations and custom made event supplies worldwide direct to brides and through their wholesale network. In 2010 after more than 10 years of research and experience selling hand dyed silks, Of The Earth launched their Earth Silk line which they now produce in their growing North Seattle studio.