Krochet Kids is an organization that helps artisans around the world make a fair living creating and selling handmade items. They are launching a new campaign today, starting at 9am PST, called #KnowWhoMadeIt.
I love fair trade crochet, which refers to crochet that is done by artisans in other countries who are treated fairly, given a living wage and able to use their creative skills to earn money.
I thought I’d check out what Red Envelope offers in crochet and here’s what I found.
Crochet from Hearts, which works with 2000 artisans around the world to promote eco-friendly, sustainable products and support freedom and human rights around the world.
I love seeing these different crochet jewelry techniques used in a luxury-style item that looks so different from what people normally think of as crochet.
I have written a lot about fair trade crochet, including highlighting the work of Same Sky. Here’s what it’s all about.
ZemZem Atelier, a fashion brand that works with crafters in Turkey, is the latest I’ve found in my research into fair trade crochet.