"Threads" piece on the increase in the number of Maine designers who are using e
"Threads" piece on the increase in the number of Maine designers who are using eco-friendly fabrics. Adam Carofano, co-owner of Awear 4 Hemp in Portland, said his company carries clothing made from tencel, bamboo, organic cotton, and hemp. He notes a high demand for organic clothing. Jay Sproul of Liberty-based Liberty Graphics T-Shirts said they use organic cotton t-shirts to avoid the damage caused by conventional cotton. With additional comments by Mark LaCroix of Interface FABRIC, a commercial furniture company using environmentally-friendly fabrics made in Guilford; and Linda Loudermilk, who sells her designs at the Black Parrot in Rockland.
Hagmann, Katharina, ""Threads" piece on the increase in the number of Maine designers who are using e" (2006). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 1159.
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