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Kitchen Towel Feedback & Giveaway

Kitchen towels. They’re a relatively quick sewing project, perfect for beginning and intermediate seamstresses so we often give this project to new artisans. And they’re fun to create because they’re also a staple of every kitchen. Drying your hands, mopping up spills, covering fresh baked bread – a kitchen towel is used in a myriad of …

Pinterest Board: Children of the World

It’s been a while since we’ve shared a featured Pinterest board. Studio move and all.  So now it’s time to launch this series again with one of our current favs: Global Kids Fashion! Since we’ve been in the midst of working on some African & Henna inspired girls’ skirts, we’ve been putting together a Pinterest …

Henna Inspired Head Ties

Henna Head Ties: Hope Against Hope

We’ve launched a new product line: Henna Inspired Headbands. These lovely head ties are sewn and embroidered by one of our artisans from Afghanistan. She does amazing embroidery work and we’re so excited to showcase her talent!These boho head ties are about more than just ethical fashion. The design tells a part of a beautiful Jesus story, …

Used burlap bags turned into purses by refugee women

Turning Burlap Bags into a Fashion Statement

How often do you eat rice? Our refugee seamstresses from Myanmar love rice. Lots of rice. In fact, in Myanmar where many of our ladies are from, rice is the staple of breakfast, lunch and dinner. (Check out this awesome Burmese Fried Rice recipe.)  That’s why they buy rice in large quantities in up to 20lb …