In the compendium we have collected inspiration, tips and tricks,
and information about more environmentally friendly alternatives for your projects.
Do you know where the fabrics you sew your clothes in come from, and why it's so important to know? We take a closer look at textile production and talk about our supply chain.
Want to learn more about linen? We have collected 10 good reasons to choose to use linen for clothing and interior textiles.
The shop and encyclopedia Indigo Indigo was started through the evolution of another project - the Aoi Project.
The textile industry is one of the world's most polluting and ethically irresponsible industries. What can we do to contribute to a more sustainable textile industry?
When buying fabric by the meter today, you often find labels such as OEKO-TEX and GOTS, but what do they mean and what is really the best alternative?
After several years in the textile industry, we have made our way through the wide and wide for both one and the other - Maybe we can help you too?
Now that we are moving towards cooler times, it is extra nice to have warm, comfy clothes to wear at home. And merino wool is the perfect fabric to use for lounge wear!
When shopping for ra rain coat or water-repellent textiles, you often come across the abbreviations DWR and PFAS. But what do they mean, and what exactly are the differences?
Buttons on the market today are usually made of plastic. A more eco-friendly option is buttons made from nuts, yes, you read that right!
The clothing industry has a major negative impact on the environment, and although the very best thing is to use what we have already produced, we also need durable clothing in the future.