All in the Day

Day of Action Volunteers posing with Nicole Clowney in her run in District 86.

Cutting table made a great elbow rest for phone banking.

Over 20 volunteers made a home at Olive Loom for a day of team work! They're part of the "Blue Wave 2018" and it is great exposure for us. We made our WAVE products with folks like them!

While Nicole's volunteers were doing this, I was at the indoor Farmer's Market.

Sally picked up her 5th linen blouse. She loves them for dancing. "The red one fits perfect! I love it.!......did I mention she's 70+, has a weekend fellow, babysits grandkids and cleans houses! Next we're making her a dress! Taylor custom made the pattern from her 30 year old worn out original blouse.

Martin is a vendor at the market who does woodworking. We made the flag banners on his display. He offers our shoe bags as an option for his customer's purchases.

Kim loved the prototype vendor apron I made with a zipper. In fact, we have orders for two more. Made from a heavier cotton, these are good working aprons for doing farm chores.

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  Olive Loom empowers women by enhancing their talents as seamstresses to produce the Olive Loom clothing & home goods line, a line made with local love in every stitch.
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421 College Ave -  Fayetteville, AR 72701  
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