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Sew it yourself! Inside the zero-waste, zero-sweatshop revolution

28.09.2021
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In lockdown, thousands of people began making their own clothes for the first time - a movement born of creativity and conscious consumptionMy foot hovers nervously over the sewing machine pedal. I am cautiously working my way through a sew-it-yourself kit produced by Pattern Project, a "microfactory" startup in south London. It has pioneered a laser-cutting machine that can cut patterns on demand, with minimal waste. The pieces for the dropped-sleeve dress that I am sewing have been snipped to my precise measurements by a zippy little laser, which whizzes over the crisp Irish linen, scorching faint seam guides into the fabric so I know exactly where to sew.Pattern Project's founders, Shruti Grover, 34, and Simon Johnson, 35 - partners in life and in business - are seeking funding for their first shop. A "22nd-century" vision of fashion, says Grover, it will hold no stock, but will sell custom-fit clothing that is laser-cut in front of you within minutes, out of local, ethical and sustainable fabrics - and then sewn by you. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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