" Today in the world this slavery is being committed against
something beautiful that God has given us – the capacity to
create, to work, to have dignity."
Last month the largest and most deadly garment factory accident in history took place in Bangladesh. I've been following along, listening to BBC world news on npr as I fold laundry, not being being able to help feeling a sense of irony. I am not surprised that things like this happen, it makes sense, unfortunately, that for most big companies the bottom line is more important than the hands sewing and seaming their products. Faster, cheaper. It's not worth it. It's slavery.
Let's choose to deliberately live intentionally, and break the cycle of consuming by creating.
It's more expensive, it takes longer, but it's worth it.
Yarn: Quince & Co Sparrow: Organic Linen in Sans
Pattern: Kit by Bristol Ivy
Thanks for reading,