We are cognizant of the byproducts of modern manufacturing methods and are dedicated to fostering sustainable practices. In an effort to reduce waste, we donate our scraps to local artists who repurpose the materials into new products. In addition to the artists highlighted below, all batting waste is gifted to the Minnesota Quilters, Inc. to promote the continued education and practice around this rich art form. If you are interested in getting involved please contact us at



Ethel Studios

Ethel Studio creates products from rescued materials to inspire sustainability and well-being. Her collection of one-of-a-kind, zero waste meditation cushions are made using fabric scraps sourced from designers across Minneapolis. Each cushion has its own unique combination of colors, textures, and geometry.



Andas Mer

Andas Mer translates to “breathe more” in Swedish and serves as a reminder to live a more mindful, considered life. Each rag rug is handwoven using reclaimed materials from the local cut-and-sew industry. Scandinavian tradition informs the weaving techniques employed to create these modern designs.



Louise Gray is committed to supporting our community both locally and abroad. We have helped raise funds for organizations below including Nest, a network of developing businesses and artisans across the globe, and Harriet Tubman, a crisis center and women’s shelter in Minneapolis, Please contact us at for more information about our involvement.