Vicki mcDavid
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Fabric Offcuts for Sale

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hannah Moore Jul 11, 2010. 1 Reply

Hi everyone,I have an assortment of fabric that I am trying to sell including bamboo, hemp and silk blend, soy, organic cotton and some silk remnants.Please contact me if you would like a full list…Continue

Digital T-shirt Printing

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Paisley Jun 27, 2010. 1 Reply

Hi everone,I am looking for a company in the UK who will digitally print designs straight onto T-shirts or vests rather than onto a fabric roll!?If anyone knows of  company that does this it would be…Continue

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Profession / role:
Assistant
Company / organisation:
Knock on the Door
Website (if you have one):
www.knockonthedooronline.com
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
Student
I am looking to discover or buy
An insight into the ethical fashion industry
About me / About business or organisation:
A student for Manchester Metropolitan University
Career history / Company history:
Work for Knock on the Door, an ethical fashion retail company.

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At 3:41 on May 28, 2010, David McGill said…
Well done. Ethics in fashion do begin with fabrics and your website offers the best background information on fabrics Ive come across. However you omit the most ethical of all fabrics - wool which is a free by-product and no mention is made of the main problem with cotton, organic or otherwise. It is so water-hungry that it reduces already scarce supplies needed for drinking washing and food production.
Fair trade is not an economic solution but an awareness campaign. Simply paying slightly more in wages does not resolve the one thing that is needed to overcome poverty. Ensuring that the bulk of the profits remain with the producer yto allow them to develop, expand and create more jobs.
 
 
 

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