One-of-a-kind kids’ clothes, locally made from reclaimed discards
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Much the way Green Thing's SAVED project reclaims unwanted t-shirts and upgrades them with some signature stitchery for sale to new owners, so UK-based Re-jigged turns unwearable castoffs into bespoke, one-of-a-kind children's clothing. Run from a farm in rural Herefordshire, Re-jigged collects adult clothes that are no longer suitable for resale at local charities due to holes, worn areas and other problems. A partnership with EnviroAbility helps the firm source, wash, sort and arrange the clothing and then cut it up accordingly. Re-jigged then locally recrafts the usable portions of those well-loved garments by hand into beautiful new ones using…
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