Endangered Species Scarves by Threads 4 Thought
I’ve been eyeing Threads 4 Thought® for some time now…mainly for their gorgeous prints in the form of activewear like leggings, tops and outerwear, as well as other everyday apparel items. I didn’t even initially realize that everything they create is ethical and sustainable, made from organic cotton, recycled polyester and lenzing modal®, a CO2 neutral fiber that is harvested from beech trees that never need to be cut down. On the manufacturing side, the minds behind Threads 4 Thought® travel around the world to solidify good relationships with the factories they employ and to make sure they share their same values. Some of these factories even recycle the water used in production! They are even accredited with Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP), The Sustainable Apparel Coalition and are Fair Trade Certified. That was enough to get me to focus on a future feature here on my blog, but this new scarf collection benefiting endangered species really did me in.
Choose between the African Elephant, Monarch Butterfly, Amur Leopard, or Hawksbill turtle—whichever one of these amazingly beautiful scarves you choose goes towards the cause. A percentage of sales are donated to Tusk, helping protect these animals as well as the land, culture and people around them. Each 52″x52″ scarf comes with its own unique tag featuring information about the animal’s current threat level, habitat, where it normally resides in the wild and why its survival is important in the ecosystem it supports. Images are printed on light-weight, eco-friendly material lenzing modal®. As you can see from these photos, these scarves can be worn in several different ways, including traditionally around the neck or as a wrap. I personally thought they’d look pretty nifty as a tapestry on the wall, too! I’m about to grab that Monarch Butterfly one for myself…
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Shop the entire Threads 4 Thought® Endangered Species Scarf Collection here!
Check out an exclusive interview with Threads 4 Thought® founder Eric Fleet here.