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Gingham Tear Off Napkins

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Reusable gingham napkins offer retro feel for summer picnicking. $35.00

These classic gingham napkins stay neatly in a roll until you need them. Better yet, they're made of cotton and are fully washable so you can use them again and again through the summer. Just throw them in the laundry then iron and you're ready for your next picnic. Roll of 20. Made in Spain.  ...read more

Small Siskiyou Cedar Stump

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Juniper Ridge delivers a truly natural answer to smelly socks $22.00

The mountain-marauding folks at Juniper Ridge done did it again with another super-fragrant, nature-centric product for the home. This time it's a... hunk of wood? Yes indeed it is. Why, you ask, do you need a crosscut slab of cedar? Because your clothes smell bad, that's why. Toss these bad boys in your dresser or closet and behold as your clothes take on the aroma of a hike through the Santa......read more

Common Threads

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Patagonia's garment recycling program turns worn-out clothes into fresh new wear.

Patagonia has never been one to follow the pack when it comes to greening business operations. The Ventura, CA company’s Common Threads Garment Recycling program, which transforms unusable garments into new clothing, is a great example. Launched in 2005, Common Threads accepts worn out fleece (from any manufacturer), as well as Patagonia cotton T-shirts and some additional polyester and nylon......read more

Footwear Fertilizer: OAT's Compostable Kicks

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Just bury 'em and watch 'em bloom.

Worn out sneakers are some fairly nasty business, and not just 'cause they stink. Rubber, leather, and ink aren't the most compostable things on the planet. There's not a ton of options for recycling shoes either. Enter Dutch footwear brand OAT Shoes, which recently dropped a 100% biodegradable series of kicks that rightfully won the company a green design award at Amsterdam Fashion Week. Called......read more

Suspended Shirt Installations by Kaarina Kaikkonen

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Finnish artist creates hanging environmental art from recycled clothing

Kaarina Kaikkonen, a leading environmental artist from Finland, uses second-hand clothing to create hanging installations in open spaces. Suspending the clothing above roadways, in parks, or in large warehouses, the works are often made to resemble certain shapes. For her most recent exhibition, called "Are We Still Going On?," Kaikkonen used hundreds of dress shirts donated by people from......read more

Everyday Napkins by Ambatalia

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US-made textiles in a blend of organic cotton and hemp $52.00

Bay Area textile maker Ambatalia is helping ignite the shift away from single-use disposables, by producing lovingly crafted, multi-functional linens for everyday use. Like these napkins, for example, which can be used not only on the kitchen table, but also with school lunches, to wrap a sandwich to go, moistened and laid over veggies in the fridge, or even as wash cloths. Beautiful, sustainable......read more

Bee's Wrap

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Beeswax and cloth combine in reusable alternative to plastic food wrap $5.50

Say hello to an innovative, eco-friendly solution for saving food. Bee's Wrap, the brainchild of Vermont gardener and organic food advocate Sarah Kaeck, incorporates organic cotton muslin, beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin to create a perfectly sustainable alternative to plastic food wrap. The pliable, reusable wraps mold to items with the warmth of your hands, then stiffen as they cool to......read more

Tin Cloth Dog Bowl by Filson

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Collapsible bowl ensures your furry friend won't go thirsty on travels $38.00

For dog lovers like us, no summer is complete without at least a couple road trips and camping sessions with our furry BFFs. Filson ensures Fido won't go thirsty on the road with this collapsible dog bowl. There are two version of the bowl, both of which sport Filson's classic, outdoorsy aesthetic. The original version comes in 2.5-oz. 100% cotton oil finish tin cloth, with a nylon-lined......read more

Indigo Tote by J.Crew and Sea Bags

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Handmade carry-all crafted in Maine from recycled sailcloth $225.00

Here is a nice collaborative design piece from J.Crew and Sea Bags. Crafted by hand in Portland, Maine, this carry-all is made from durable recycled sailcloth in white with indigo markings. Because each bag is made entirely by hand, no two will ever be exactly alike. Rust marks and salt stains show off the authentic signs of hard sailing, and each tote sports hand-spliced rope handles, a rare......read more

Recycled Cloth Garlands

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Hand-stitched decorative ornaments created from scrap fabric $60.00

These colorful, heart-shaped garlands are hand-stitched and beaded from recycled clothing scraps by a small group of women in the town of Yjutlan, near Oaxaca, Mexico. Inspired by milagros found in Oaxaca’s Basilica de la Soledad, the one-of-a-kind hearts are strung into garlands and wrapped around handmade paper created by local artisans.  ...read more

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