Sustainable Ethical Yarn

There’s been an explosion in crafting all over the world as a result of the Covid-19s movement restrictions. It’s one of the best ways to take a mental break from all the craziness that’s going on at the moment. If you like indulging your knitting passion but want to do it in a planet positiveContinue reading “Sustainable Ethical Yarn”

Sustainable Ethical Gifts

So for those of us who haven’t yet moved to a gift-free Christmas here’s another post in a series  on sustainable ethical gifts. The list includes items made from existing materials, low or package-free items or gadgets to extend the life of stuff. If none of these float your boat there are more option onContinue reading “Sustainable Ethical Gifts”

Sustainable Ethical Fibres and Fabrics

The whole issue of sustainability and ethics in relation to fibres and fabrics is very very confusing and constantly changing. This post started as a paragraph in a post about ethical clothing but as I learned more and more about the area it was clear that it warranted it’s own post. I’ll keep updating thisContinue reading “Sustainable Ethical Fibres and Fabrics”

50 Sustainable Ethical Clothing Brands in Europe 2020

We all know that the fashion industry generates a huge amount of waste and pollution, with a recent report citing fashion as the 4th most polluting industry in the world. Being keen to try before I buy I continually scour charity shops for clothes but for some reason I never seem to find anything IContinue reading “50 Sustainable Ethical Clothing Brands in Europe 2020”

Natural and Recycled Rugs made in Scotland

Being a former Interior Architect I always have my eye out for beautiful planet-positive interior products. I love the colour and texture of these braided rugs from the aptly named Braided Rug Company. Small factories have been making braided rugs in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains for the last 100 years.  The yarnsContinue reading “Natural and Recycled Rugs made in Scotland”