Organic babywear and children’s wear have grown in popularity since around 2005, when organic clothing first became common. The public began asking for organic clothing, Eco-friendly household cleaners and fuel sources that eventually protected our surroundings. We addressed the toxicity problem by rising true organic clothing. Starting your child's life with the wearing of organic clothes gives them a head start in being energetically involved in protecting the atmosphere.
The term organic means the cloth, dyes and the processing used to construct the garment is natural. Natural refers to things grown like linen, cotton and hemp or fibers like silk or wool, made from living creatures. To be considered certified organic a fiber must meet certain qualifications. It must have organic fiber content and they must not process the fibers after harvest using synthetic chemicals. Wool has similar necessities to be considered organic. The growers of sheep, alpaca and llama must not use synthetic chemicals to dip or drench the animal's wool. Farmers cannot give antibiotics to their animals either. They must pay attention to the health of the soil use sound stick rations make sure good nutrition and treat their stocks with herbal treatments if they become ill.
Today’s organic baby ‘swear and children’s wear is durable, soft and colorful. Natural dyes range from muted to strong, bold coloration. You can find colorfast clothing in the deepest blacks and indigos, to bold and bright yellows and reds. There are many companies that are devoted to producing chemical free dyes and paints for outfits. You not only find great fabrics colors, you can also find great prints and elaborate and colorful screen prints for children.
The fabrics used for baby's clothes must be easy to wear and non-abrasive to the skin. We naturally assume the cloth won't be soft if it's organic but manufacturers are producing some of the softest clothes in hemp linen, silk, fibers, cotton and wool all machine washable. You will find knits which are great for denims, playwear and twills, again great for active-wear. Organic fabrics come in bamboo - which is surprisingly similar to silk - and it's antimicrobial, breathable and UV resistant. The list of fibers is longer than you might think and new inventions adding to the organic production of clothes take place daily.