how to make skinny jeans & update





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Published on Sep 6, 2010

how to make skinny jeans & update, challenge.
until december 1st I will not buy any clothes or accessories that have been made by a manufacturer. This means no more shopping at primark, topshop, matalan ect I'll allow myself to buy fabric, general supplies, vintage or charity (thrifted) items, because that way I'll be recycling. i'll keep you posted on my blog. this was an idea by the youtuber cheschiiire she started the challenge and i decsided to join. i invite everyone to join! go check out cheschiiire for more sewing tutorials i'm really loving her chanel! http://www.youtube.com/user/cheschiiire check out her sewing coolness

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any 18th birthday ideas i don't wanna stay at home all day

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fast fashion leaves a pollution footprint, with each step of the clothing life cycle generating potential environmental hazards. For example, polyester, the most widely used manufactured fiber, is made from petroleum. The manufacture of polyester and other synthetic fabrics is an energy-intensive process requiring large amounts of crude oil and releasing emissions acid gases which can cause disease. the waste products of polyester production are put in the water. many textile manufacturing facilities have hazardous waste generators. Much of the cotton produced in the United States is exported to China and other countries with low labor costs, where the material is milled, woven into fabrics, cut, and clothes are made. China is the largest exporter of fast fashion, this means some Chinese workers make as little as 12--18 cents per hour working in poor conditions. And with the fierce global competition that demands ever lower production costs, many clothe companies are lowering clothes prices, even if it means lower wages and poor conditions for workers.
spread the love for handmade clothing and d.i.y clothing its mor eco friendly.


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