All our items are made in the EU.
This smiling lady in the picture is our seamstress - Danusia. She made the majority of our paternal clothes in her own hands, she also made her first attempts at sewing from knitwear and fabrics made of merino, and the first prototype pieces appeared from under her fingers. It is with Ms. Danusia, who Kasia spent the most time with, discussing million of details, buttons, threads, locksticks and other details that make up our woolens, and about whose existence most of us (how wonderfully carefree) have no idea. Think warm today about those who sew your clothes.
There are things that are simply multitasking and we can use them in many ways. In paterns we wanted to reduse waste as much as possible (the closer to zero waste the better). This way we ended up with ribbons being a tape measure, envelopes designed to be also folding pads, and boxes for bigger things is quite solid so you can store some treasures in it!
It takes about 10 hours to piece together all the elements of our fabric shirt. For comparison, the T-shirt needs only in 90 minutes to become one piece. It's worth adding that all elements have to be previously cut out, according to constructors drawings. Only the arrangement of projects on a giant table takes about 60 minutes. And in addition, everything has to be correct so that men's t-shirt will not end up with children's sleeves or women's pockets attached;-)