O-Wool: Certified-Organic Wool for the Eco-Fashion Flock

by , 11/28/09   filed under: Eco-Textiles, Fabrictionary

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O-WOOL \ō wu̇l \

n. 1 a: U.S. Department of Agriculture-certified organic wool yarn and fabric by The Vermont Organic Fiber Company. b: Requires certified-organic livestock feed and forage; the prohibition of synthetic hormones, genetic engineering, and pesticides; and chemically restricted fiber processing. c: The wool of choice for eco-fashion designers such as Bodkin, Bahar Shahpar, Deborah Lindquist, Susan Woo, Ekovaruhuset, FIN, and Elena Garcia.

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  1. […] O-Wool by The Vermont Organic Fiber Company. Abigail Doan at Ecouterre raves about this organic certified yarn that’s she says is “the wool of choice for […]

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