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Fox Fibre

Naturally, Colored Cotton is fibres of which grow from seeds that already have their colour and do not need to be dyed. It’s believed that the ancient peoples of the Americas developed six colours pink, red, lavender, mahogany, green and yellow. Sally Fox managed to breed plants that bring the fibre quality of the wilder brown cotton up to that required by modern spinning technology. Fox-fibre colours grow best without chemicals, opening the door to organically cotton, the organic colour cotton. Three shades are available today, Coyote Brown, Buffalo Brown, and Palo Verde Green. See Organic cotton, Textile Fibre Overview


TEXTILE FIBRE OVERVIEW
ECO-FASHION ENCYCLOPEDIA

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