7/23/12 New Eco-Friendly Clothing Lines by Rebecca Gruber August 26, 2009 Adooka What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Named after the founder's son's first word – a toddler take on the word "duck" – Adooka uses simple organic cotton knits in some bold colors. Many of the Columbus, Ohio designed pieces reflect the owners's love of nature, featuring flowers, animals and budding branches. Each piece is sewn and embroidered in the United States and made from 100 percent certified organic cotton fabric knitted in Canada and dyed under Oeko-tex guidelines. Barley and Birch What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Based in Oceanside, California, Barley and Birch tries to reflect its founder's "urban roots" and "intrigue in animals and nature." Her graphic designs appear on baby and infant pieces — only organic cotton and water-based inks. Every part of the line is carbon neutral, with the founders offsetting emissions and working with their partners to use solar energy. Little Esop What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Jody Posey's Little Esop takes a fresh look at vintage looks with organic infant and toddler separates. By taking classic looks and making them wearable, washable and comfortable, her designs are sure to attract the preppy dresser. Periwinklebloom What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Periwinklebloom's simple, natural designs look like the family heirlooms they are destined to become. Made from organic cotton fibers, vegetable-based ink, clean energy and hand-crafting, the apparel is often made from reclaimed and refashioned vintage cloths. Atsuyo et Akiko What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Using their products to tell a story, Atsuyo et Akiko's designers, Atsuyo Yang and Akiko Mukae, create seasonal lines that bring that journey to life. This shirt, featuring a little girl named Sara from Brooklyn who loves animals and brings them with her to Paris. Other pieces in the line showcase the animals and their destinations. Happy Green Bee What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! From the people who brought us Burt's Bees, Happy Green Bee uses organic cotton to create clothes that are comfortable, colorful, playful and ecologically responsible. Using bright colors and bee-like stripes, the pieces are a welcome change from the neutrals that are usually used in organic clothing. Biisoo What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! The newly launched Biisoo has a vintage feel to its hand-knit baby designs. New Zealander Rebekah Davies-Patrick takes vintage patterns, modernizes the cut and uses organic merino wool to complete her drool-worthy designs.