Christmas at Sew Sustainable

Sew Sustainable UK is now closed for Christmas until January 2nd. All new orders, messages and emails will be processed upon my return in the new year, I am taking a much needed break! I hope you all have the most magical Christmas however you may be celebrating this year. Thank you so much for all of the support throughout 2021, I can’t wait to share all I have planned for 2022 with you all. In the meantime… MERRY CHRISTMAS! 


Ready or not, Christmas is fast approaching and will soon be upon us! I’ve decided to do my best to aid you in your preparations and have a fantastic, sustainable Christmas. Please find a growing range of gift guides and Christmas inspiration below! 

Shop the full Christmas range Here 

 


How can you reduce your waste this Christmas? 

Although Christmas is such a magical, fun time of the year it isn’t hard to believe that an extra 30% of waste is produced over the festive season! I’ve searched high and low to find you some amazing content, from some amazing creators, to help you have a more sustainable Christmas this year! 

Cloth Nappy Natter Podcast (from Tickle Tots): 

Eco Christmas Special 

This fantastic Christmas episode of the Cloth Nappy Natter Podcast features special guest Laura Tweedale to discuss all things eco at Christmas time. Have a listen for some great inspiration on how you can shake up your own Christmas this year!  

 Blog Posts from Emma Reed: 

Sustainable gifting 

Not a competition

Emma Reed is a very informative blogger, her page ‘Emma Reed Writes’ is a treasure trove of sustainable living tips and tricks. 

Blog post from ‘Cloth Bum Mum’:

Sustainable Christmas 

Louisa isn’t only a long support friend of sew sustainable but a great content created and blogger. Checkout her awesome blog post above that covers all aspects of Christmas and is full of great ideas on how to make yours more eco friendly.

Got a shorter attention span? Don’t fancy lots of reading? Checkout some fab Reels and Tik Toks below-

From Innes:

Upcycling baubles (pt1) 

Upcycling baubles (pt2)

Christmas Tree 

(Photo: Adboderie blog)