Does anyone know if tulle is eco friendly?

United States
May 25, 2008 9:39pm CST
I think it is, but I am not sure. And when I search online I don't really get a straight answer. I'm wanting to link with some eco friendly/green stores. But I don't want to if the stuff I am using is not eco friendly. Know what I mean? So I was just wondering if anyone happened to know.
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@foxyfire33 (10009)
• United States
26 May 08
I didn't just happen too know so I did some searches. I see what you mean about not getting a straight answer. Here is my totally unqualified answer though...yes, tulle can be eco friendly. The biggest issue seems to be what type of dyes were used. I found this site that sells eco friendly fabrics, maybe you can get more info out of it than I could...I just kept getting lost as I navigated and wanted to get back here to answer you... http://www.fabricdirect.com/acatalog/eco-friendly-organic-fabrics.html
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• United States
26 May 08
Trying to look it up made my eyes hurt. Thanks for trying though. I think it is pretty much, but I don't want to go around saying it is if I'm wrong.
@foxyfire33 (10009)
• United States
26 May 08
Sorry, I didn't think that was a very easy site either lol! I think it would be very biodegradable so that should count for something!