A Sustainable Laundry Guide
Thoughtfully written by Echoview’s founder, Julie Jensen, and delightfuly illustrated by Alden Roberts, this sweet Sustainable Laundry Guide is a quick deep dive into the world of sustainable laundry. A large part of the environmental impact of clothing occurs after we have brought it home, wear and wash it, and then (usually) when it finds its way to the landfill. Echoview has compiled this guide to help us all collectively reframe our mindset about how we can do laundry in a way that will help to ease our impact on the world.
With sections such as Mindfulness in Cleaning, Soap Vs. Detergent, The Green Laundry Pantry Guide, and a Quick Guide for Stains, this guide can be returned to again and again for the helpful tips, but also for the little mental exercises laid out within.
Echoview Fiber Mill is a spinning mill, knitting operation, and design house based in Weaverville, NC. They make exceptionally high quality and beautifully designed home goods, accessories, and craft knitting and weaving yarns using natural fibers like wool, alpaca, silk, mohair, and organic cotton. They are textile lovers, designers, and total creatures of comfort. Their hope is that their work reflects who they are in a style that is both simple and modern. The Echoview Fiver Mill facility is a Gold LEED certified building, so sustainability is literally the foundation of everything they do and is taken into account in each decision they make.