Clothing and Textile upcycling
Sew Last Season is a social enterprise supported by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. They are a SOCIAL SEWING SPACE in a PUBLIC SEWING ROOM in Ozanam House, St. Augustine St., Galway. Items for sale are through the Galway Artisan Workshop. The creative work happens in Ozanam House.
Sew Last Season is a public sewing room in Galway city for upcycling and embellishment of preloved clothes. It is a slow movement, adding time and effort to garments to imbibe them with meaning and longevity. This works as a public space for inter-generational skill sharing for those interested in crafts, sewing and upcycling.
Sustainability in Fashion is not something we address very much in this country but research shows many projects both here and abroad which use different types of workshops and classes to educate in mending and creative refashioning.
We feel strongly about the social impacts of recycling and giving clothes a new life, instead of them being discarded.