Slow clothing, sew sustainable, the alternative to fast fashion and part of what has been called the "slow movement", advocates for principles similar to the principles of slow food, such as good quality, clean environment, and fairness for both consumers and producers.

Synthetic fabrics are textiles made from man-made fibers rather than natural fibers. Chemically produced fabrics are made by joining monomers into polymers (plastic), through a process called polymerization. A synthetic fabric, when magnified, looks like plastic spun together.

Natural fabrics—such as cotton, silk and wool—are made of animal or plant-based fibres.

“Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can” - Jane Milburn.

We started a Boomerang Bags Community - 

In 2013 Tania and Jordyn started a conversation about plastic...You can find out more about Boomerang Bags at, come be apart of the Wild Mountains Boomerang Bag community on one of our Volunteer Weekends or organise a session with some friends where ever you are.