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Feedback Friday #5 with Katrina Rodabaugh - Shared screen with speaker view
Julie Yen
19:32
I had trouble joining, too
Amy DuFault
24:18
let me know if you have questions for Orsola!
Jennette Nielsen
41:24
did katrina stop thrifting at some point in her journey or did she switch to thrifting biodegradable clothing only ?
Amy DuFault
43:50
Thanks Jennette, will ask!
Laurie Lortz
45:49
are there local groups formed...similar to a fibershed
Julie Yen
47:06
It seems like the clothing industry isn't getting the message. I still see so much torn fabric in clothing. Do you think they are listening yet?
Rosalinda Cruz
47:07
I’m excited and overwhelmed with starting my mending journey. Where do you recommend I start? What are basic tools I should have and where should I Get them?
Rebecca Hill
47:29
I've been wondering, with the pandemic slowing a lot down, but increasing household intimacy, how does that relate, and how can we use that as a springboard? Like, do we all really need as much as we thought we did?
Amy DuFault
48:17
Laurie, there are Fashion Revolution groups all over the world!
Amy DuFault
48:43
check one out that’s near you. Totally like Fibershed
kimm branch
49:08
you're so dear and inspiring katrina...you haven't lost it.
Amy DuFault
49:47
Jennette is this answer good for your question?
Rebecca Hill
50:17
Katrina, for the pants you mended 21 times, when do you call it quits or what's your process for that?
Jennette Nielsen
51:04
yes Amy, thank you!
kathy Green
53:27
Thrift shops are overwhelmed with fiber - clothing and home wares - that don’t sell and go to the landfill. How can we recycle this fiber?
Barb Kobabe
53:42
Do you think there are too many clothes produced? And how can we empty our closets of clothes we don’t want that are synthetic, besides donating, which is just passing the problem along?
kimm branch
01:00:58
happy to see that my daughter and her classmates are selling their clothes as they are in quarantine.
Elizabeth Aston
01:00:59
I’m just starting to indigo overdye my jeans and it feels so special!
Polly Furr
01:02:11
Ideas about how to deal with pilling?
kimm branch
01:02:21
patagonia has a line called worn wear and they are also doing the reassembly of clothing
Jennette Nielsen
01:02:33
can anyone on the panel speak to swim wear? are there fabric alternatives?
Lael Rathje
01:06:30
where would you start with growing dye plants? i have wild indigo seeds but they seem difficult.
Rebecca Hill
01:07:30
I've been wondering, with the pandemic slowing a lot down, but increasing household intimacy, how does that relate, and how can we use that as a springboard? Like, do we all really need as much as we thought we did?
Susan Owens
01:08:27
Patagonia will mend shorts that were purchased years ago and repair them for you, Great company, I hope they stop using plastic fleece though.
Amy DuFault
01:08:37
Thanks Lael and Rebecca, trying to sneak these in
Amy DuFault
01:09:28
Agreed Susan
Rebecca Hill
01:09:44
sorry :)
Jennifer Bissonnette
01:10:33
This has been amazing, again! Have to go to another meeting. Til next time!
Angela Foong
01:10:58
Hi to you all, such a wonderful conversation thank you! We’re a small responsible clothing label from Australia (3am here!) and we
Amy DuFault
01:11:38
Thanks to all of you coming today, I know we’re going a little over time
Zaharah Shine
01:13:28
i have made swimwear from cotton and linen inspired by vintage styles before poly was created
Angela Foong
01:13:35
are really struggling to find suppliers of naturally dyed natural fibres, Kathy - do you know of a supplier list? Or perhaps we can figure out a way to work with botanical dyes locally here?
Amy DuFault
01:14:49
Hi Angela, we ship there!
Angela Foong
01:15:24
HOORAY! Will email you for sure:)
Amy DuFault
01:15:41
great!
Kim Henderson
01:17:23
Who is the designer in LA that does Boro on Vests?
Angela Foong
01:17:30
Thank you also Katrina - we sell your awesome book in our clothing store in Aus too! We’ve also developed our own ‘kintsugi for clothing’ golden mend approach too, so great sharing with everyone! xxx High Tea with Mrs Woo
Amy DuFault
01:17:57
amazing Angela!
Elizabeth Aston
01:17:59
Preach!
czarina den Ouden Lobo
01:18:35
Robin reads the audible version herself... her voice is beautifully soothing. Love this book!
gretchen morrissey
01:19:16
FANTASTIC conversation today!!!! Thanks!!
Susan Owens
01:19:20
Thankyou Katrina, I ordered that book! Curbside pickup today!
Katrin Reifeiss
01:19:21
Thank you!!! Katrin
Angela Foong
01:19:23
THANKS!