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Thread: Need help!!!!

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    Super Member gale's Avatar
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    I agree. We do try to recycle as much as possible but don't necessarily buy organic or anything. However, I think a lot of people don't realize how much is involved in organic growing, whether it's food or non food. My dh is a farmer so he's pretty well versed in conservation and such but there's only so much most farmers can afford to do at the prices and cost of operations these days.

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    Being green, varies from person to person. There is no way of being 100% green. Most people who are trying to live that way know that. My guess is a good part of their own clothing is not "green", nor quite a few of their possessions. Get cotton fabric and go for an organic cotton batting and you will be fine. I agree about the bamboo batting, it's pretty processed. Make the lovely baby quilt, do the best you can and I can pretty much guarantee they will love it. :)

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    Jan 2011
    does green always mean organic, how about recycling curtains from a thrift store for material then you'll have more money for the batting.

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    West Roxbury, Ma
    Never heard of this.

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