Where to Buy Ethical Fabric Online


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A lot of people have told me that a part of, if not the entire, reason that they sew is because they know that no workers are exploited in the making of their clothes, and that their garments are made in a way that’s as eco-friendly as possible. And it’s true – by making your […]

January 30, 2018

How To: Sashiko Embroidery


Mending, Uncategorized

Sashiko embroidery is something that I’m really interested in – so I thought I’d share the love with you! Sashiko embroidery, also known as sashiko mending – which is how I first heard of it, originated in Japan – with the word sashiko literally translating into ‘little stabs’. It’s used a lot to mend or […]

January 10, 2018

Which Hangers Should I Use?


Storage, Uncategorized

This post is sort of following on from my last one: What To Hang vs. What To Fold, so if you’d like to read that first (or next – you might as well stay to the end if you’re already here) that’s linked up there. I’ll warn you now, this may not be the most […]

January 10, 2018

What To Hang vs. What To Fold


Storage, Uncategorized

As our clothes spend the majority of their life in the wardrobe, storage plays a really big part in how long they last – hanging clothes that should be folded will cause them to stretch out or have weak spots in the fabric, and folding clothes that should be hung can lead to a lot […]

January 10, 2018