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May Batch of Natural Dye Baby Onesies Long Sleeve

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These small-batch, dyed by hand, cotton baby onesies are truly one of a kind. They have a beautiful earthy, organic look and feel to them. These have been dyed using a variety of food scrap/waste. 


A NOTE ABOUT NATURAL DYE: These beautiful earth tone colors (derived from methodically selected plants, flowers, botanicals, and kitchen waste such as avocado skins and pits, walnut shells, carrot tops, onion skins, herbs, etc.) are hard to achieve using synthetic dyes. It is sure to make every parent feel better knowing what's next to the baby's delicate skin.

I take every step of the natural dying process very seriously. It is a meticulous and very time-involved process. It can take up to 24 - 36 + hours and I only produce a handful of items at a time. Even when trying to re-create a specific look or color, each piece comes out differently every single time. The slight variations in shading and color are not defects, but instead is the desired outcome of this process and only adds to its beauty.

To best care for and prolong the life of your new item, I highly recommend using a pH-neutral detergent and hanging it to dry. 

*As is the nature of the natural dye, light fading, darkening, or changing of color may occur*

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5% of all Likewoah Handmade sales are donated to Planned Parenthood, an organization I hold dear to my heart. Likewoah Handmade also is a 1% For The Planet member. Hi, I am Samantha, but I really only go by Sam, owner & maker at Likewoah Handmade, a Portland based Fiber Art business. I started crocheting when I was about fourteen, sitting in the back of a snowboard van on a way to a snowboard contest and from then on I was hooked! I have run variations of my business since high school but Likewoah Handmade was officially founded in 2015. I now create a variety of fiber art goods, as well as offer supplies, patterns, and kits. I took my love of teaching, and now teach workshops all across the country in person, and often virtually. I do my best as a small business to source only environmentally friendly fiber, packaging material, and waste as little as possible. Please recycle, reuse, do what's best for the world we get to call home. Thanks for checking out my shop & feel free to reach out with any questions.
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