Entries by Sarah

Tea-Dyed Hand Warmers

  Last year, Katie Canavan of Under the Red Umbrella created the Tea-Dyed Yarn for WORK+SHELTER. We loved it so much, we created the Tea-Dyed Hand-warmers. The artisans at WORK+SHELTER knit our classic hand-warmer pattern using yarns dyed in Darjeeling and Chamomile. You can read about the initial dyeing process on Katie’s blog, and order your […]

TIAW and the World of Difference awards

We are so excited  that W+S Co-Founder Namita Krul has been chosen by the International Alliance of Women to be a recipient of the World of Difference Award! She is one of only 100 women across the globe to be chosen for the award this year, which will culminate in an awards ceremony in Washington […]

W+S and Lydali

The artisans at WORK+ SHELTER have been busy creating these  Neon and Wood Bangles for Lydali,  a carefully curated online collection of fair-trade goods. We are so excited to work with them, and absolutely love the bangles. Make sure you check out Lydali, shop their gorgeous goods and order your bangle set today!

WORK+SHELTER’s new sewing machine!

WORK+SHELTER is the proud owner of a new single needle, lock stitch industrial sewing machine! Masterji came out to WORK+SHELTER to help install the machine and train the women. As the women use the machine, he will come to assist them with any questions or technical support they may need. We are so excited to […]

Interview with Andrea Soong

Andrea Soong was one of the initial Kickstarter funders for WORK+SHELTER. Recently she took a trip to New Delhi and got to visit WORK+SHELTER! We asked her a few questions about her experience there and what it meant to help start WORK+SHELTER   1. What drew you to be a kickstarter funder for WORK+SHELTER? Theresa […]

Update from Caitlin Wicker of Sweatertoys!

We asked Caitlin Wicker of Sweatertoys to share her thoughts on working with WORK+SHELTER, read what she had to say! “I’ve really enjoyed working with WORK+SHELTER. I had been looking for an opportunity to expand my business but was always hesitant to outsource because I didn’t know where to begin. Anjali and Theresa are very involved […]