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The Delicate Organic Cloth
The Delicate Organic ClothThe Delicate Organic ClothThe Delicate Organic Cloth
The Delicate Organic Cloth

A delicate organic cloth that can be wrapped in endless ways. Wrap and tie to make a reusable bag, reusable gift wrap, a kitchen cloth, a fashionable scarf, or gentle care for your baby. Certified organic cotton.

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Model:  1501
Brand:  The Organic Company

The Cloth is a square piece of organic cotton, 90X90 cm. Inspired by Japanese furoshiki, use The Cloth in endless useful ways. Wrap and tie to make a reusable bag or use as reusable gift wrap, drying glasses in the kitchen, a fashionable scarf, or gentle care for your baby.

Ethically sourced materials. GOTS certified and the Soil Association accreditation.

Size - 90 x 90cm

The Cloth can be used in multiple handy ways. Keep one with you while out and about, if you are shopping make a quick reusable bag.

Instead of using wasteful wrapping paper, make beautiful gifts with a reusable gift wrap.

A gentle baby swaddle.

Otherwise, simply use it as it is for a fashionable scarf or for drying of glasses in the kitchen.

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The Organic Company is a Danish company with a keen eye for design detail and quality, as well as a good understanding of the ethics of textile production. All products are certified with the international organic label GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) and have the Soil Association accreditation. This standard guarantees that all fabrics are organic but also a series of international workers rights are met and that no toxic, cancer-causing or polluting chemicals are used in the production.

Made responsibly in India (where the cotton grows), with GOTS certified and Soil Association accredited. The centre of the GOTS certification is the comprehensive controls made by an independent certifier, who monitors and tests every part of the production chain - from the organic cotton farmer to the spinning mill and dye works to the importer.