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Kapok for kings! A fabulous sustainable material.

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Kapok for kings! A fabulous sustainable material.

Kapok for kings. A sustainable pillow! Hypo-allergenic and eco-friendly.

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Feature!

Ethical products Magazine feature Organic textiles Residence magazine Store news Sustainable Women

Feature!

  Yay! So happy that dear Imke Janoschek at fabulous magazine Residence found us interesting enough to do a feature! And two pages! Absolutely fantastic! We´ve had such great response! Thank you! Many people have emailed us with questions about the products, but also about the way we work. Tremendous fun! Due to the attention, we are running low on items- but that is the great part. It feels so good to place new orders with our producers! Then we know we help make sure that women get work with fair pay, and artisans can carry on producing their wonderful...

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Villa Dalarö and Noy Rd. organic kitchen towel!

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Villa Dalarö and Noy Rd. organic kitchen towel!

Lovely Mari Strenghielm sent us this gorgeous image. Our pretty organic kitchen towel in a beautiful kitchen. Images for Sandberg tapeter/Villa Dalarö. Thank you for sharing, Mari! 

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Yay! We are on the cover with a cover!

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Yay! We are on the cover with a cover!

Very proud indeed! Nya rum!

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Clean cotton

#facts #organic cotton Store news

When growing organic cotton you can´t use genetically modified seed. Fertilisers and pesticides are banned as well. 2-3 times a year, the cotton is picked- by hand. Drip irrigation is often used which helps save water, and by picking the cotton by hand you avoid ending up with soil that has become rock solid due to very heavy machines. Soil that is loose need less watering. Kind of goes without saying really. Amazingly- to one kilo conventionally grown cotton farmers can use 1 kg of chemicals and 30.000 liters (!) of water. To put that in perspective- that equals about...

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