Post by ElloGreen Community (@ellogreen) on Sat, 02 Jan 16 15:24:15 +0000 View Full Post Great articles, here and here about repairing clothes instead of throwing them away. It drives me crazy that so many things aren't easily repairable now, repairing is considered to be an alternative thing. How many people can even sow these days, (probably a disturbingly low number)? The same applies to other products, (electronics, power tools, computers, etc) many of which are designed with planned obsolescence built in. Think about that, designed to have a limited lifespan, to generate more sales.http://www.thecleanestline.com/2015/11/repair-is-a-radical-act.htmlhttp://www.ecouterre.com/ask-patagonia-when-did-repair-become-a-radical-act/ Images provided by Patagonia, who I do not endorse, but happen to make great clothes.