Entries by nina

August Pop-up Shop: HomeFront’s Art & Sewing Space

Each month, we will feature an organization, a business or a group that works directly with artisans around the world. This is to offer a platform to other organizations, as well as give you – our customers – something new to look forward to every month! The ArtSpace has launched a new program called SewingSpace […]

The A Team of Project Autism is in the house!

Each month, we will feature an organization, a business or a group that works directly with artisans around the world. This is to offer a platform to other organizations, as well as give you – our customers – something new to look forward to every month! The A Team is a group of adults with […]

Mata Traders at Seeds to Sew

Each month, we will feature an organization, a business or a group that works directly with artisans around the world. This is to offer a platform to other organizations, as well as give you – our customers – something new to look forward to every month! The featured organization for our June Pop-up Shop is […]

Silk, Wool & Bijoux

Friday, May 4th 11am – 8pm Each month, we will feature an organization, a business or a group that works directly with artisans around the world. This is to offer a platform to other organizations, as well as give you – our customers – something new to look forward to every month! The featured organization […]

Grand Opening – Sustainable Threads

TODAY – Friday, April 6th 4pm – 8pm We are SEW excited to finally open the door to our new space! Stop by to celebrate with us, check out all the new inventory just in from Kenya and the amazing affordable textiles, apparel, jewelry and more from our first pop-up shop – SUSTAINABLE THREADS. They […]

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Every Girl Deserves an Enkisoma

By Eliza Rosenthale for Seeds to Sew International February 26, 2018 Enkisoma means “education” in the Maasai language. In Kenya, especially in rural, impoverished areas, education is often seen as wasted on a girl. In Maasai culture, a girl’s value is based on the material wealth that comes with her marriage-dowry: cows or the work […]

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Empowering Women – One Woman at a Time

By Eliza Rosenthale for Seeds to Sew International January 29, 2018 “When we are protected, when we are respected, when we are able to thrive and given the same opportunities as our male counterparts, when we are given space to lead and rise — our nation will rise,” Linda Sarsour wrote in an op-ed for […]

Help Agnes Get Her College Degree

Agnes inspired the Enkisoma beading program as a way to pay for her high school. She wants to be a teacher. Agnes was accepted to Kenyatta University but needs financial support. She needs our help! You donation is 100% tax deductible. No donation is too small. We appreciate your support!   UPDATE 9/1/2019 A Chinese […]