Sustainability & Recycled Yarn

Using recycled yarns in our throws was always a given. Why would be put more stuff out into the world when we could make good use of the stuff that was already in the world? So we spent a fair amount of time hunting down manufacturers of recycled yarn and an American mill who would be willing to work with this material. We found our perfect partners and now you are able to enjoy soft and cozy, earth-conscious throws that you can feel even better about owning.

What's so great about recycled yarn? We're happy to share. 

  • Since recycled yarn is produced from pre-consumer textile scraps that have already been dyed, the yarn manufacturing process produces no water waste or harmful chemical run-off and requires less energy.
  • Recycled yarn requires no new cotton farming which eliminates land use, water irrigation, fertilizers and pesticides.

Did you know?
According to a study by Gail Baugh at San Francisco State University, recycled cotton uses less water, chemicals, dyes and energy than organic cotton.