We choose only the finest organic and sustainable fabrics for our clothing. These are soft, precious fabrics, and you can feel the care that went into their manufacture.
We work primarily with cotton, because we love its feel and we know our babies will too. We use organic colorgrown cotton, natural undyed organic cotton, and a variety of organic knit and printed patterns using low-impact dyes and water-based inks. We also use recycled cotton blends, which utilize pre-consumer waste and require no virgin cotton at all.
The Purest Cotton For Your Baby’s Delicate Skin
Most of our garments are made with luxuriously soft, 100% certified Organic Cotton which is grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or synthetic fertilizers. Our Color Grown Organic Cotton represents the purest version of organic cotton. Color grown cotton comes from native plants with a naturally-occuring green, brown, camel, and off-white fiber color, requires no chlorine or dyes whatsoever, and has a wonderfully soft hand. Because of it’s purity, color grown fabrics are especially recommended for infants with skin problems like eczema or newborn allergies, as well as for any baby’s first sensitive skin.
Water-Based Ink, The Softest Hand
Our popular Eco-Print collections are made using organic fabrics printed with water-based inks. All the water used in the printing process is collected and reused, and no harmful solvents whatsoever are needed (water is the solvent). Unlike PVC-based (a.k.a. plastisol) inks, which sit on top of the fabric, water-based inks are absorbed by the fiber, giving the finished fabric a wonderfully soft hand and vibrant long-lasting colors. Fabrics printed with water-based inks breathe better and are not susceptible to heat damage like plastisol prints, which will melt if pressed with a hot iron.
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Managing Our Waste
Early on we realized the most effective way to reduce our impact would be to focus on better utilizing what has already been produced rather than continuing to feed the waste stream. That line of thought eventually led us to work an exciting new line of garments made from pre-consumer recycled cotton fabrics. Pre-consumer recycled cotton is made from clean table waste— essentially scraps from the cutting process which are sorted by colors, chopped up and re-spun into a new yarn with the very same feel as virgin cotton. Using recycled cotton helps reduce the billions of pounds of cotton waste that are thrown into landfills each year, and also requires a fraction of the water and energy used to grow and process virgin cotton. In fact, no chemicals or dyes of any kind are used to make recycled cotton!