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We believe in going beyond organic， which for us means being GOTS-Certified. GOTS is a textile certification that limits the use of toxic bleaches， dyes and other chemical inputs during the production process. It is internationally recognized as the toughest organic textile standard because it goes far beyond verifying the organic farming process to include every step of manufacturing for fiber as pure as the food you eat. When you build your bed with organic， you are bettering the health of you your familybed pillow covers， as well as farmers， factory workers and the soil. Learn more about our GOTS-Certificationhere.accent pillow case baby canvas nursery
We take expert care to ensure everything that bears the Coyuchi label is made to the strictest environmental standards in safe and humane conditions， from our factories' green initiatives to low-impact dyes. By supporting our thoughtfully processed products， you are helping to do a myriad of things， including saving water. Pure，minimally processedorganiccotton requires 91% less water to be grown than conventionalcotton. Off the farm， we partner with afactorythat recycles 90% of its wastewater (the other10% lost to natural evaporation). Not only are our minimally processed products safe for the planet， but they are safe to cozy up in since they are free of toxic dyes and chemicals. Some chemicals used by conventional brands are bad for human health and can cause illnesses and ailments such as cancer， asthma or skin rashes. Others are bad for the environment and can kill fish， cause algae blooms or persist in the environment for long periods of time.Coyuchi uses GOTS-approved chemicals that take the toxicity of human and environmental health into account. We've recently gone one step further by being the first company in North America to use a non-toxic and plant-based softener. These are a few of the ways we ensure pure， thoughtfully processed bedding and bath items for you to love. Browse undyed for a collection safe for the most sensitive of skin.
As I stated before, gold sequins and glitter will be playing a HUGE part in our wedding décor. I had originally toyed with the idea of having our guests throw glitter or sprinkles as we walk back down the aisle as husband and wife, but while signing our the contract for our venue there was an additional clean-up fee of $100 for using either of those items. Although plan A didn’t work out quite as I had hoped I knew plan B would be just as good, if not better! While lurking on Pinterest one night I stumbled across an awesome picture of guests waving ribbon wands as a bride and groom walked back down the aisle. The pictures of the guests waving the wands were beautiful and full of color…and I knew I had to make these!
The egg-free scone recipe we posted three years ago, Kevin’s Famous Scones, is one of the most popular posts on Prudent Baby. I make these scones all the time because they’re quick, simple, and so moist and delicious. We’ve made a million different flavors and we shake up the shapes (like these cranberry and tangerine hearts) every now and then. Last weekend I was whipping up a raspberry batch and flipping through my cookie cutters when it hit me to make state scones. In retrospect I should have flavored them Cal-style, but an avocado-and-oragnic-sprout scone doesn’t sound that great. Or does it?
I’m going to be totally selfish today- I totally admit that I have an ulterior motive with the quilt along I’m going to talk about today. You can be selfish too and follow along…