We have a fraction of our inventory pre-dyed in our available colors. If we run low, we'll need a day or two to dye more. We're a small team and good things take time! Expect anywhere from 1-5 days.
Currently, we're charging a flat fee of $10 per shipment. We use both UPS and USPS. Very soon, we'll have a more robust list of shipping options. For now, if you need something rushed, feel free to email us and we'll see what we can do.
We're working on it :)
Our boxes, tape, and shipping labels are made from 95% post-consumer content and are manufactured in the United States.
To initiate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send you the proper form. Promptly fill it out and ship it back to us, with your item(s). We are unable to pay for return shipping at this time.
(currently changing locations)
Fiber Reactive Procion Dyes
Fiber Reactive Procion Dyes are considered more permanent than most any other type of dye. They chemically bond and become a physical part of the fiber molecule, creating an incredibly strong wash and light fastness.
Our dyes must be 'fixed' (made permanent) with soda ash. It's a mild alkali that enables the reaction between the dye and the cotton, causing them to become one. Soda Ash is classified as non-toxic.
Our pieces are designed and sampled out of our studio / showroom. This is done by our founder and one additional team member.
California has some of the most environmentally friendly manufacturing laws anywhere in the world. Our inventory is sewn in a factory that abides by these laws, and has over 20 years of domestic manufacturing experience. They practice labor safety and well-being, while providing a fair California living wage.
If you have any additional questions about how we make our products, please reach out! We're an open book: email@example.com
Right now, we're using 100% sustainable cotton from The New Denim Project. They are a family owned and operated mill, based out of Guatemala. You can learn more about them here.
Solely intended to create sustainably designed textiles, The New Denim Project focuses on upcycling textile-excess to create premium natural fabrics. They collect pre-consumer industrial waste from various textile mills, ground the scraps back into fiber, then respin them to fabricate new yarns - as well as both woven and knit fabrics.
Their circular manufacturing process is chemical-free, dye-free and uses minimal water and energy - saving up to 20,000 liters of water for every kilogram of upcycled material.
Heads up! Our cotton gets softer over time, so get excited for that :) Wash on cold with like colors and eco-friendly detergent. Then tumble dry on low or hang it in the warm sun to dry.
Unlike natural dyes, direct sunlight won't effect the dye bond.
We're working on it :)
We have a size guide available right here. Feel free to email us if you need additional measurements or extra help: firstname.lastname@example.org
Patience! We'll restock as quickly as we can. Sign up for our email newsletter below, to know when items are released and restocked.
Very little, to none. We have pre-washed and shrunk our items for you.
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