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28,185,300 litres of water saved so far through sales of deadstock💦



Blog — Pollution

How can we still do our part to help the planet? 🌱🌍

Posted by Ryan Tindall on

We know we’re living strange times that are affecting our routines, but how can we maintain our sustainable lifestyles and still do our part to help the planet? There are still many things you can do from home, so we leave you here a few tips that will help you to keep sustainability on top of your priorities!

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A little bit about us and how AmoThreads started

Posted by Ryan Tindall on

We are living turbulent times. People are isolating themselves more than ever, and we know we have to be apart now, so we can hug our loved ones later. With all of this, we thought you might wonder who’s behind your screen at AmoThreads and it would be a good idea to introduce ourselves!

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Why is deadstock sustainable?

Posted by Ryan Tindall on

You might have thought about using deadstock in your next project (or you might have already used it). One reason why using deadstock is a great option is because it is sustainable, and whilst we might be biased, we do think that using this leftover fabric is one of THE most sustainable options there is out there. So just why is using deadstock such a great choice for our planet? To help, we put together a few points for you.

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How to make sustainability affordable?

Posted by Gravity Software Collaborator on

According to Fashion United, it’s estimated that we don’t use 50% of our clothes. But why does this happen? Because we buy much more than we need. Add the thrill of buying something new to the fast-fashion lower prices and you have the right recipe to mass consumerism.
So how can we stay true to our sustainable values and to our budget?

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The Sustainability of Cotton

Posted by Ryan Tindall on

The Textile and Garment Industry faces a range of sustainability problems and most of them are connected to cotton production. What can we do to help?

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