Look what's new at Goodwill in San Francisco. A recycled clothing line created under Nick Graham's artistic direction.
They have named it William Good which is a play on words for Goodwill. The label looks so professional and I think the items they have recycled are very trendy looking. I'd love to take a look at their store in San Francisco. Hmmmmm road trip? If anyone gets a chance, please drop me a comment and let me know what you think.
I must admit that I have always wanted to try to make something out of thrifted clothing. The closest I have done is making a Christmas stocking out of a sweater that I felted. I loved reusing the sweater to make something new.
My posts have been few and far between as I am moving my office to a much larger space. Apron Thrift Girl and Willow Book Shop has grown out of my tiny 12 x 12 office. I'm not even sure the size of my new space but it is probably three times the size of my old office. I'm waiting to go wireless before I make the total switch to the new space. The new space used to be our guest room/craft room but I never seem to get out of my office to work on any crafts. With the switch of rooms, I hope to be more efficient in my office time which gives me more free time to work on crafts. I tend to drool over other blogger's studios and felt a little inferior with my messy craft room. But I am very excited about having such a large space for my businesses. I'm looking forward to the growth of both businesses in 2008. When I am moved and settled, I'll do a post on how to kit out an office entirely with thrifted finds.