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Emma Elwin

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Mending

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by Emma Elwin on 21 November, 2016

The art of repair

The other day my sweater got stuck on a nail, this is something that I am quite familiar with – breaking stuff that is. And so I am very grateful to brands that think ahead for clumsy people and send some extra yarn with your knitted garment for these exact situations. This is in my opinion one way to think in a more sustainable way, to forsee the lifespan of a garment. This kind of thinking is something we need more of, let’s reintroduce the art of repair!


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