If a fabric could talk, what would it tell us? The dress worn at a coffee break on the beach, a tablecloth from the family party, a curtain from the cabin in the woods, the jeans from the best concert - think of all the memories and feelings a fabric can evoke.
Tant Gul is a company that was started to save the world in a simple way. Jessica Landberg sews, among other things, toiletries, bags and cases from recycled curtains, tablecloths and clothes that deserve more than being forgotten or thrown away. Colors and patterns are combined based on what is in stock at the moment - everything becomes unique.
Tant Gul does not have its own physical store, but the products can be found online Facebook as well as at various shops around Fjärdhundaland, as well as outside: KajsaKarin's miscellaneous goods store, Stinsen's funny shed, Pepparrotsstadens Trädgård & Hantverk, Usable, Hard Working Woman, Epok Building maintenance in Heby, The inventors, Silver City's delicacies, The pantry Västerås, Mamsell K, Southern Customs Miscellaneous Trade.
10% of the revenue goes to Radiohjälpen and their activities.
If you want to try recycling yourself, Tant Gul offers workshops in this regard.