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At 7:23 on October 4, 2011, Offset Warehouse said…

Dear Ida,

I hope you're well.

We don't add email addresses to our mailinglist without consent - perhaps it was via the Source Expo last year, where we had a "join our mailinglist" document floating around. 

I have already unsubscribed you, but to unsubscribe, visitors can go here: http://www.offsetwarehouse.com/email_unsubscribe.php

I'm terribly sorry for the inconvenience and look forwards to seeing you at this year's Expo.

Kind regards,

Yi.

At 16:16 on September 30, 2009, Maiya said…
Hello, We're looking for some help sourcing organic/fairtrade fabric. If you could email us any info it'd be much appreciated... sisu.info@gmail.com. Many thanks, Helen.
At 13:27 on September 29, 2009, jacqueline said…
just saw your message and yes those would also be appreciated.

they do feel quite hard ans sturdy right?

i would like a trial set if possible about 5 kg max

let me know if possible, costings and shipping timelines too

thanks
jacqueline
At 16:42 on September 15, 2009, andrea ojerinola said…
Hi Ida

It's on the events page, it's called Fashion Diversity 2009 and it's about the 3rd down on the list.
At 13:14 on September 14, 2009, andrea ojerinola said…
Hiya, no I'm not going to be able to make it, but I'm going to the fashion diversity show on Saturday. If you're going to be there we can arrange to meet up.
At 11:23 on September 14, 2009, Leona Mani said…
Hi Ida
Thanks, and hope to meet you at the networking evening next week.
If there's anything you would like me to promote on my website, just let me know.
Best,
Leona
At 19:41 on September 12, 2009, andrea ojerinola said…
Hi Ida

I am thanks, and you? Hope to run into you at one ofthe upcoming events :-)
At 16:06 on September 10, 2009, Raven + Lily said…
we are open to using african print fabrics from elsewhere if there are no local options. basically our goal is to provide work for these women so our priorities:
1. provide opportunities to the women
2. ideally fair trade fabrics
3. ideally organic

(in that order of importance to us)

thank you for your help!
sophia
At 15:57 on September 10, 2009, Raven + Lily said…
these are beautiful designs. did you design these? do you have other prints besides tie dye?
At 15:31 on September 10, 2009, Raven + Lily said…
This picture is from kangas that we're bought from a vendor while we were in Burundi. He said that they were designed for export to Germany.

We really appreciate your help. The fabrics do not have to be exactly like this. We are just looking for some printed fabrics in coordinating patterns that we could create a baby collection from.

I will check back for photos.

My contact info is:
Sophia Hirokawa Lin
designsilverlake@gmail.com
310-990-4497 (california, united states)
At 15:12 on September 10, 2009, Raven + Lily said…
Ida,
Here's a picture of the kangas that we sourced while we were there. But it doesn't seem like we're able to find anything made locally. we might have to resort to something being made elsewhere like India but only if it's fair trade.

any suggestions or help would really be great. thank you so much!!!!!

At 13:57 on September 10, 2009, Raven + Lily said…
My name is Sophia and I'm the co-founder of a non-profit called Raven + Lily. We are located in Los Angeles, CA but we work with co-ops mainly in India and East Africa. We just returned from a trip to East Africa (kenya, ethiopia and burundi) about 3 weeks ago to meet the co-ops, source fabrics, and get to know the women that we're supporting.

Our non-profit works on designs with these co-ops, pays them a fair wage, helps them market and sell their goods to the U.S. Market and then sends the proceeds back to the local co-op communities.

We are really having trouble sourcing african prints made locally within Africa. most seem to be made in India and Africa. Do you have any vendors you would recommend?
At 8:12 on August 18, 2009, BORA ASSUMANI said…
Hi Ida,
I have been reading about your work and check out your website, what a great achievement hun! Hope that you can make it to the spotlight seminar today. You will definitely hear from me once I design my A/W 10 range : ) I dont know where to start in finding suppliers etc

Anyway hun hope to meet you soon
x
At 14:53 on August 12, 2009, jacqueline said…
Hi Ida

welcome to the site

i totally believe in what you are doing....helping others to help themselves...its not aid but trade that Africa needs...

will stay in touch to hear more about the work you do

jacqueline
At 14:49 on August 10, 2009, David McGill said…
Hello Ida, very impressive project and website. I'd really like to chat to you about possible co-operation.
At 13:15 on August 10, 2009, Kate Louise Hutchinson said…
Dear Ida,

Great to see you on our network and especially in the Africa group. I'm the Africa Group Administrator so I'll let you know about useful information that I come across. I saw that your social enterprise supports East African women but I also wondered if you have done any work in Ghana? I'm putting together a sourcing from Ghana booklet and am looking for people/organisations to feature as case studies. Do you know anyone else who would be interested in this?

I hope you find the network useful,

Kate

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