no expiration date that i can see.

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perishable goods = a bit old : a bit new : a bit craft. and a whole lot of beautiful. non-perishable goods is designed and created by shay carrillo in her backyard home-based studio in Portland, Oregon. the shop was born out of shay’s love for textiles, hand-crafted goods, and a desire to make useful products for home, woman & child which reduce disposable consumption,... 
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rough cuts.

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south african designer heather moore of skinny laminx fame has a new fabric collection coming out this week and it’s simply stunning. called Rough Cuts, it’s “A collection inspired by Scandinavian style, but perfectly at home in Africa”. heather’s collection includes five very simple geometric designs in three colourways each — and although... 
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petel africa: a love story.

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Julie and Ibrahima’s story began in 2000 when they met working with the Peace Corps in Mauritania, and fell in love communicating in French and Pulaar (the Fulani language). Inspired by other cultures and places they’ve been, from Paris to Algeria and beyond, they’ve created a new business together — Petel, in San Francisco. importing handwoven textiles from... 
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THE JEALOUS CURATOR: ART GOES HERE.

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hello! so, last week i saw this lovely room that victoria wrote about on minted: i thought it was oh so lovely, and honestly not in need of much art. well, maybe just a bit of art – but i’m not going to use one nail! ready? yes, it’s true! beautiful white quilts sewn with full maps of your favorite cities! of course, i felt it was only appropriate to show... 
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les copirates.

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french collaborators les copirates launched in 2009, Creating, editing and designing mainly with textile and paper and all hybrids of these materials “streaming in a joyful exchange of ideas and experiences”. french collaborators copirates also offer Editions from collaborations with other artists and shares their discoveries of other cultures — sharing things... 
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