Even the smallest fabric scraps find a home! May 30, 2016 16:18
All types and sizes of textile scraps need rescuing. You wouldn't believe all the stuff people toss aside. We rescue everything we can, and sometimes we just can't use it all. If I can't repurpose the rescued remnants for Terminus Threads, I find fantastic organizations that can!
If you haven't heard of Re:loom, you should! Go ahead click the link, I'll wait.
The Initiative for Affordable Housing (IAH), is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in Decatur in 1990 by helping one home and one homeless family. IAH’s mission is to provide permanent, affordable housing to homeless and low-income families in metro Atlanta, with sales of repurposed woven products. These products are lovely!
Re:loom is a wonderful home for some of my rescues, and I'm just thrilled to be apart of this life-changing organization.
Check out Re:looms OPEN HOUSE - Saturday, June 4th 10am-2pm or visit their online store.