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Mineral

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Mineral : Essentials Collection
Make a statement with this practical, yet beautiful accessory.
oversized, 47 x 47 inches

small-batch dyed with fiber-reactive, water conscientious methods

100% organic, GOTS certified cotton

Care:

We don't think laundry days should come with tears. So, rejoice, mothers! Your swaddle is soft like a cloud, but durable enough to survive many years of use and love.

Laundry day? Wash with like colors, tumble-dry low. No bleach.

 

A word from the creator, Sarah R:

Being health and environmentally conscientious shouldn’t come at the sacrifice of style. Celebrate the rich outdoor heritage of the Pacific Northwest , inspired by the wildlife I see every day out my back door.

You and your little one will love how the more you wash this organic, double gauze blanket, the softer it will become, while preserving the unique, expressive artwork. These gauze blankets are GOTS Certified-Organic cotton and printed with water-based, environmentally friendly methods. You can feel good about swaddling your baby and preserving the earth they'll grow up on.

The swaddles can be paired with the adorable personalized knot hat and bodysuit, perfect for first baby photos and outings!

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Troy, ID
"I am a lover of uncontained and immortal beauty." - Ralph Waldo Emerson Something the children’s clothing market always seemed to struggle with was “color”. I didn’t like the typical offerings for babies (pink, blue, yellow – the staples of commercial baby clothes) and I wanted to stay true to my roots: ethical, slow fashion. Over the course of 2 years of hunting, I found a source for organic double-gauze fabric (also known as muslin) from a company that takes great pride in paying their overseas employees living wages and investing in the women of their community. I tried a low-water dyeing technique, crucial for our water-depleted area and I discovered that instead of struggling with color, the science of dye came to me almost naturally. My first colors were unstable, but as I learned to control measurements and reproduce blankets consistently, my fascination and offerings grew. In August, HGTV asked to interview me about my most popular offering at the time: Dusty Sage. You can still find it in the shop today, but I have grown so much since then! We offer complex colors you won’t see on most retail shelves and take great pride in our small-batch, water-conserving approach. What all started in a bucket on my kitchen floor has grown into a wild passion for new and trend-setting colors. My favorite part of creating and designing for The Swaddle Company is the challenge of mixing colors in just the shade I imagine. Some of my favorite colors have 9 or more pigments in them. When those powdered dyes hit the water, they explode like fireworks, pigment drifting slowly through my mixing-cup or lazily floating on the top, refusing to dissolve. It’s amazing what wild particles of color are contained in something we read as a solid “green”. We strive first to provide an ethical and healthy choice for swaddling your babes, and secondly, we strive to be different. We want to offer those colors that appeal to the moms who don’t fit the mold and their precious little ones who are equally adventurous. We’re a little rough around the edges. We like to get dirty and have grass stains on our feet. We are always looking for adventure. We believe nature is the closest thing to a fairytale and kindness is magic. Our products are 100% organic cotton and made to stand up to the wear and tear of life on the move. Our commitment to organic products is crucial for two reasons: 1. Babies are growing and developing and whether it be our organic clothing or our organic bedding, that’s a lot of skin-to-skin contact. We believe it’s really important to avoid toxic chemicals that may harm their development. 2. Cotton, as a crop, is one of the worst offenders of chemical overuse. In a recent study I read, the amount of pesticides used on cotton far outweighed any other crop. It leaches right from the plants into our water systems and impacts everyone! We believe we’re doing our best to support a healthier environment, one that we can be proud to hand down to future generations.