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MADE 4 ($) Haiti

In news on 2010/05/20 at 03:55

Made 4 Haiti sale is complete.  The remaining garments were sold at the Joshua Tree Music Festival this weekend!  If you are interested in supporting Made in Haiti, please see the collections and we hope one of the garments will be to your liking.  If you like a style of garment which has been sold, please email Frau Fiber to place and order, in your size and we will produce a garment unique to your liking.

Thank You

Frau Fiber and Jonas La Baze

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MADE IN HAITI COLLECTION 2

In product development on 2010/05/19 at 21:55

NOW AVAILABLE  – CONTACT FRAU FIBER TO PLACE YOUR ORDER

Kids Large, $25.00

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie, Lancaster PA, 717.299.0827

sold

$50, B 34 – W 28 – H 36

$30, size 10

$30, W 34

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

sold

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

Size 14, $30

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

30 W, $25

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

Size 9, $30

sold

B 32, W 28, H 36, $75

Size XXX, $25

Size 2, $30

Chest 40, $25

For Sale @ My Aunt Debbie

sold

MADE 4 ($) HAITI

In news on 2010/05/11 at 21:54

Consider the possibilities for change in garment production when you DONATE UNWANTED CLOTHING, SIT AND SEW, “guilt free” SHOP FOR FAIR AND SUSTAINABLE GARMENT PRODUCTION IN HAITI!

MADE FOR HAITI held last Friday and Saturday at Hands on 3rd 8377 W. 3rd Street, LA

http://www.handson3rd.com was a wonderful success!  Frau Fiber’s goal was $500 it was surpassed by 200 and change.

Thank you to the Sewing Rebellion, students CSULA Fashion and Textile Program, West Hollywood residents who donated unwanted garments, and 3 rd Street business for your support with purchases and donations.  You are all part of this project, which is attempting to build a fair and sustainable garment economy in Haiti!

All proceeds benefited MADE IN HAITI, creating a non-profit funding mechanism, which will provided micro grants to Haitian tailors and seamstresses to start their own businesses repurposing pepe, and importing it into the United States, as Repurposed Couture.

Made for Haiti is seeking galleries, boutiques and specialty stores who would like to carry these one off garments.

REMAINING GARMENTS WILL BE FOR SALE, 5-20$ DONATION, AT THE SEWING REBELLION, JOSHUA TREE MUSIC FESTIVAL MAY 14-16, 2010.

The collection made by CSULA students, and Sewing Rebellion Participants.

Kevin Kawashima SOLD

SOLD

Professor Lung

Sarah Ghazal

Professor Lung SOLD

Shannon Lindsey

Shannon Lindsey SOLD

Shannon Lindsey

Patricia Juan SOLD

Frau Fiber SOLD

Begonia Kroeger SOLD

Lusik Gasparya SOLD

Shantel Plascenco

Johanna Martinez

Keykeanna Jeeter

Sewing Rebellion: Lici

Begonia Kroeger SOLD

Professor Lung

Andrea: Sewing Rebellion

Professor Lung SOLD

SOLD

Frederico Rangel

Jena Johnson

Lana Nguyen SOLD

Jared: Sewing Rebellion

Walk in Sewer

Cynthia Magallar

Sherena Tu

Lidia Alvarez

Gaby Castellanos

Juana Saucedo

Lusik Gasparya

Leanne Linehan

Diana Pulido

Sherena Tu

Cynthia Malallar

Lidia Alverez SOLD

Juana Saucedo

Sarah Ghazal SOLD

Fernando Castillo

Patricia Juan

Bobette Stott

Lauren Jenness