organic cotton

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The end of my last roll of khaki cotton canvas, marked the switch to my new organic canvas. This material is 100% certified organic, and uses low impact dyeing methods. I received a nice sized roll last week and this is now being used to line the Rucksacks and Day Packs.

I try to keep a balance in the variety of materials I offer in the shop and while my focus has always been on organic, I offer a few conventional fabrics for the purpose of providing more options to my customers. I will keep working to replace these fabrics with organic, more sustainable alternatives. While the cost is a bit higher, I always do my best to keep final costs down for my customers. I feel it’s a really worthy switch.

The organic cotton materials I use are GOTS Certified, Control Union (SKAL) inspected, fall under the Oeko-Tex Standard 100, are dyed with low impact dyes…


Here are a few links for those who might be interested.

Oregon Tilth – GOTS

Oeko-Tex Standard 100

Organic Trade Association

Control Union (SKAL)



0 Responses

  1. leorra

    You’re organic efforts Rock ~ and that
    _ _
    Roll of fabric looks ever endlessly Abby!
    The earth is smiling under your toes ~ flowing out through those finger tips.

  2. margie oomen

    i love the fact that you use organic, low impact or repurposed fabrics and leathers abby. It is one of the many things that sets you apart from others.

  3. Sonia

    I’ll have to make sure that my next/future purchase is organic. Thank you so much for making this world a better place. xoxo

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