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Netflix Virgin River's Martin Henderson Loves Ecoist!

Netflix's Virgin River leading actor, Martin Henderson takes a break before the Season 4 premiere to show his love for Ecoist's zero waste shampoo and Libeco Belgian Linen Throw Towel while sailing ⛵️in Mexico!

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12 Jul, 2022

5 Reasons Why Libeco Belgian Linen Is For This Moment And The Future

The ultimate in sustainable luxury, linen has made a comeback in recent years, and that’s a great thing for both your healthy lifestyle and the safety of our environment. Linen bedding and home decor products have a modern timeless look for both their style and function. Effortlessly chic, with an iconic, naturally light texture, linen can be the earthy detail that pulls an entire room together.

 

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23 Mar, 2022

The History of Weaving and Women

Weaving is one of the oldest crafts in history, dating back to at least 12,000 years ago during the Neolithic era. Before weaving became solely a textile craft, early humans weaved branches, twigs and other plant fibers to create threads for building homes, baskets and other necessary objects of utility. Today, weaving remains the main production process for textiles, however the craftsmanship of weaving carried cultural importance for a variety of uses around the world.
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