NadarraDesign

Eco-Friendly knits, Baby Clothing, Photo Props & more

Montréal, Québec | 24 ventes

NadarraDesign

Eco-Friendly knits, Baby Clothing, Photo Props & more

Montréal, Québec 24 ventes Sur Etsy depuis 2017

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Fine Eco-Friendly Knitted Baby Clothing

Nàdarra simply signify natural in the Scottish Gaelic language. The passion for knitting from natural and ecologically responsible yarns have led me to design a range of clothes for babies. I proudly support Animal Rights and the Eco-Responsible Movement. I select with the greatest care yarns of high qualities and the softest possible for the precious skin of our little ones. I knit myself by hand each piece of my collection with care and love.

Each Nàdarra Design product is the symbol of high quality that can be transmitted from generation to generation. When you acquire a Nàdarra Design product you may feel that you have acted responsibly and conscientiously for the Earth. Smart shopping can make all the difference.

If you are asking your self why buying Organic Cotton Clothes instead of synthetic fibers like acrylic or regular cotton and why it is more expensive, here's the answer:
- 59% of the textiles manufactured in the world use synthetic fibers made mainly from petroleum derivatives. Almost the rest of the market, ie 40%, is occupied by cotton. While the majority of environmentalists agree that natural fibers are a more ecological choice than synthetic fibers, Cotton Industry is one of the most chemical-intensive in the world. One quarter of the pesticides used in the world are used for cotton production. These chemicals/pesticides have tremendous impact on the earth’s air, water, soil, and the health of people in cotton-growing areas. They are among the most toxic chemicals as classified by the Environmental Protection Agency. The problem is even worse in developing countries with uninformed consumers, and lack of stable institutions and property rights. Poor working conditions, minimal environmental regulations, and child and slave labor are commonplace in the $1 trillion garment industry.  In addition to destroying the land, thousands of farmers die from exposure to these chemicals every year. This is why Organic Cotton is better for the Environment and Human Health.

Follow me on Instagram to see everyday pictures of my growing project : nadarradesign

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Marie-Eve

Partenaires de production

  • Annie Savard-Filion

    Montréal, Québec

    Fine Art/ Portrait Photographer for newborn and kid. Our experience and inspiration combined together creates sublime floral bonnets.

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