100% organic cotton kids tshirt featuring a collage of beautiful watercolor sea creatures including a Hooded Nudibranch on kelp. The shoulders have twill tape for improved durability. The collar is curl resistant due to ribbed knitting. There are no seams along the sides.
- Material: 100% cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
- Inks are water-based, biodegradable and non-toxic
- Midweight fabric (5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²))
- Classic fit
- Blank back
- Tear-away label
- Runs true to size
- Made using ethically grown and harvested US cotton. Gildan is also a proud member of the US Cotton Trust Protocol ensuring ethical and sustainable means of production. This tee is certified by Oeko-Tex for safety and quality assurance.
- Painted by Anita Pol and designed by Hannah Tilley in Edmonds, WA
- Price includes free shipping in the US
Care Instructions: Machine wash: warm (max 40C or 105F); Non-chlorine: bleach as needed; Tumble dry: medium heat; Iron, steam or dry: low heat; Do not dry clean.
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NOTE: These are printed on demand. It will be manufactured and shipped to you by a third party. Making products on demand helps reduce overproduction and waste. If you order other items from my shop, they will be shipped to you separately! I do keep a limited inventory available for my monthly Popup shops if you prefer to buy at one of those and save on shipping. Thank you!
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PLUS 10% of profits from products with this design support the SeaDoc Society! Founded in 2000, the SeaDoc Society conducts and sponsors vital scientific research in the inland waters of the Pacific Northwest. This rich and vibrant ecosystem is home to 37 species of mammals, 172 species of birds, 253 species of fish, and more than 3,000 species of invertebrates. The SeaDoc Society conducts and sponsors ground-breaking marine research to uncover the environmental factors threatening to unravel the web of life in the Salish Sea and surrounding watersheds.