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Darn Good Yarn: A Review

I had a Visa gift card for $50.00 that I received as a Christmas gift.  I was poking around on Amazon, and it’s unusual that I can’t find anything on there that that I want, so I decided to look around my bookmarks on my web browser to check out other merchants.  799 more words


Designer Spotlight: Vaute Couture NYC

Have you heard of Vaute NYC? It’s pronounced “vote”, as in you vote with your dollars, the name being a result of combining the words vegan (V) & haute couture (aute). 101 more words


Ethical Wedding Dresses

What makes a wedding dress fair trade? Well, for starters, no child labour or forced labour is involved, dressmakers are paid fair wages, working conditions are safe and empowering, the environment is considered and preserved, long-term relationships are established and capacity building is encouraged, cultural heritage is preserved and respected and lastly, it is sustainable… 188 more words

Conscious Designers

Whew, back to normal & Fair Trade Friday happened!

What a crazy past few weeks it has been!  Hardly enough time between trips to wash clothes and repack.   I hate to feel so rushed and pushed.  182 more words

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handsome nubuck totes + backpacks – will only get better with use!

made in kenya…here’s a bit of the story: 155 more words

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Business Spotlight: Irving Farm Coffee Roasters

Hudson Valley FYI recently stumbled upon Irving Farm Coffee Roasters. Check them out for one, or several, fine cup of coffee.

Irving Farm Coffee Roasters was founded in 1996 when David Elwell and Steve Leven opened a much-needed neighborhood café in Gramercy Park, hoping to provide a space where people could gather and drink great coffee. 71 more words

19 January: Crossing Barriers, Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, Canterbury.

Worth Gate Thursday 19th January, 12‐12.30pm

St Mildred’s Church, Church Lane, CT1 2PP Business and commerce Innovation and integrity

Wincheap was one of Canterbury’s thriving markets, with traders coming in from far and wide to sell their wares. 33 more words

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