> Edun Live Organic Cotton T-Shirt (Kids) Edun Live Organic Cotton T-Shirt (Kids) Size 6 Years 8 years 10 Years 12 Years Positively Black Great White Super Natural Edun Live produces 100% organic cotton shirts that are grown, knitted and sewn in sub-Saharan Africa. The company was created by Bono (yes, the U2 Bono) and Ali Hewson to help provide good jobs with humane working conditions for African villages. Eco-consciousness is growing, and so are your kids - keep them ahead of the curve in this Edun LIVE
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Hello, and thanks so much for stopping by. Today we have a one of a kind organic cotton kids t-shirt for you. We started with a super soft Edun Live Organic Cotton , youth 6. To this shirt we added fiber reactive dyes, creating this one of a kind wearable work of art My husband and I work together on the tie dye, each doing the part of the process we like the best, and thoroughly enjoying finding a way to work together. So these pieces are infused with our joy in the creative process. Jonathan is a planner,
Hand tie dyed high quality Edun LIVE African cotton Adult Medium sustainable T-shirt hand painted with Palm Tree silhouettes.
These great t-shirts are hand dyed by the folks here at Peaceful Planet. Can a T-Shirt Change Lives? This one can. Led by Bono and Ali Hewson, Edun Live’s “grow-to-sew” initiative is spurring social change. The fashion company hopes their shirts will improve the lives of the people of war-torn Uganda as well as the trading relationship between Africa and the US. Edun’s cotton supports legitimate agriculture, encourages organic farming, creates manufacturing jobs, builds communities, and gives farmers fair