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August 5, 2020

Innovative Trends in Outdoor Apparel
How to make placemats with embroidery Learn a new stitch and add a handmade touch to your table with this easy embroidered clouds placemat project by Mollie Johanson. Read more… The 10 Best Shorts for Women Who Think They Can’t Wear Shorts You can wear shorts with supreme confidence regardless of your age. Here are shorts for every figure, style, and budget. Read more…
MANCHESTER TEAM USES GRAPHENE TO MAKE SMART CLOTHING Scientists at the University of Manchester have created smart adaptive clothing which can lower the body temperature in hot climates, utilising the thermal properties and flexibility of graphene. Read more… 8 Ways to Reduce Textile Waste: Drowning in Clothes We can’t just rely on the big retailers to solve the problem, we also have our part to play. By making some simple changes in our own lives, we can help prevent a grim future. Read more…
Clean clothes or clean oceans? Now you don’t have to choose. When it comes to reducing waste, reducing the temperature of the water in your washing machine makes a difference. Read more… Coronavirus: Thousands of knitted hearts sent in for Covid patients One heart is given to the patient while the other is sent out to their next of kin, who may be unable to visit. Read more…
The world is paying a high price for cheap clothes It is reported that the global fashion industry generates a huge amount of waste - one full garbage truck of clothes is burned or sent to a landfill every second. Read more… Kenzen’s body heat sensor system helps ensure worker safety Includes a wearable device worn by workers on their arm which alerts both the worker and their supervisor when core body temperature is too high. Read more…
New materials and compositions for fabrics spur innovative products. Health and safety are proving to be key drivers for innovative new fabric structures. These can prompt new designs in existing products and devices, or even whole new products. Read more… COVID-19, How to Make a No Sew Face Covering It is critical to maintain 6-feet social distancing to slow the spread of the virus. CDC is additionally advising the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others. Read more…

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