Nicole Snow started her business by accident. In this episode, she shares her story of humble side-hustle beginnings and how Darn Good Yarn has grown to serve customers around the world. Nicole talks about the lifeblood behind Darn Good Yarn being a global community of talented artisans. Around the world, Darn Good Yarn employs people who have been marginalized or mistreated by society. With Darn Good Yarn co-ops, these artisans can find sustainable, safe, fair, and year-round employment to support themselves and their families.THAT is no accident.... neither is the gorgeous yarn and sister collection of silk clothing all made by hand from scrap fabrics destined for the India's ever-growing trash heap. Learn how Nicole's passion to help people has come full circle. Employment, quality craft materials, and circularity are cornerstones of her passion and she is killing it!
Rags to Riches
textile upcycling podcast with Crispina ffrench