Continuing October’s mini series on the value of slow making, today’s podcast guest is Katrina Rodabaugh. Living in New York, Katrina Rodabaugh is a writer, mender, natural dyer, teacher, wife, and mother.
During our conversation, we talk about her five year Make Thrift Mend challenge and how one decision about sustainability can lead to a cascade of mindset changes. Being parents of younger children, we touch on how slow making decisions influence the decision making process we try to instill in our children. As makers, we delve into the tender subjects of balancing inspiration with making something your own. We also talk about her Slow Fashion citizen series for Fringe Association and her move from California to New York. I hope you enjoy the episode
Notes from the Show:
Katrina Rodabaugh (website, Instagram, Facebook)
Her book, The Paper Playhouse
Renegade Craft Fair
Rana Plaza Collapse
Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion by Elizabeth Cline
Natalie Chanin of Alabama Chanin
Slow Fashion Citizen series for Fringe Association
Karen Templer of Fringe Supply Co. (my podcast with her)
The Modern Natural Dyer by Kristine Vejar
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