Monthly Archives: May 2011

The party is over; the quilt will remain

It was Saturday night, WonderRoot’s 3rd Anniversary party, and we had them quilting in the streets! Well, not exactly the streets, because technically we were in a driveway. And not exactly quilting, but on their way in to listen to … Continue reading

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Getting to know us: Sydney Ellis Gaskins

One reason that the four of us–Susan, Sally, Sydney, and myself (Kerry)–make a good team is that we share a passion for Creative Reuse but we have different strengths and skills.  When I think of Sydney, one of the first … Continue reading

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Making new friends at Decatur GreenFest

Wow, another festival under our belt! Decatur GreenFest, Saturday, was a blast of fun, community outreach, and green activity. We go to festivals for two main reasons: to let people know about WonderRoot Creative Reuse, and to sell the materials … Continue reading

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Where we are

Third in a four-part series: Who we are, where we are, what we do, and why “Where are you located?” people ask. “Everywhere!” is what we’d like to say … if we could be at every festival, every neighborhood outdoor … Continue reading

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