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markevans
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Posted - 05/30/2012 :  10:37:32 PM  Show Profile Send markevans a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi, Iím Mark.. new to this space. Can someone help me find a site that offers natural/ eco-friendly baby products?

Iíve found a few sites but not all their products are organic or eco-friendly, and itís hard to find a site that has cute stuff.

robinstephanie
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Posted - 06/01/2012 :  08:45:52 AM  Show Profile Send robinstephanie a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Mark--

Welcome to KR. Hope you stick around.

I don't know of any one site that carries purely organic and eco-friendly stuff. Most of the time I hunt and choose from various purveyors. At CNCH I purchased naturally grown, naturally colored, locally-sourced and spun cotton; not organic, but transitional. It's gorgeous, which I wouldn't generally say about cotton. (American Maid cotton by Lunatic Fringe yarns. It's incredibly soft, and yet unmercerized, and the color--I have dark green--is subtle but rich. Really like!)

But the purveyor only has that cotton--nothing else eco-friendly, to my knowledge--and it was an effort of four years to bring it to market. Let's hope it sells well, so she'll be able to continue to sell it. I think that's the problem with many organic and eco-friendly fiber products: they are expensive to create, not cheap to buy, and makers/purveyors struggle to keep them on the market. Thus the only one line of organic this or that. Might be wrong; that's my thinking anyway. If you find anything, please let us know, okay?

Robinsteph

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