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Mending Accountability Club

Mending Accountability Club

Regular price $5.00 USD
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The Recylpt mending club is meant to be a time to come together to meet new people and have communal space to work on our own mending projects.

It’s so easy to let your pile of clothes that need to be fixed grow in the back of your closet and eventually get dumped at a thrift store, and we want to cultivate making a practice of caring for what's already in our closets. By coming together, we can learn from each other and create accountability for helping each other care for our clothes.  


@ Local Roots

398 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231

~*Kitchen will be open to purchase food, but won’t be included in the ticket)



(If unable to contribute, please reach out to

🪡 Bring your projects (& a friend!)
🤝Work with the community
🤸‍♂️Meet like minded people
🥗Enjoy @localrootsnyc food
*No instructions nor materials provided

Why Upcycle?

Upcycling requires a lot less water and energy than buying new and recycling. It decreases textile waste, pollution, and greenhouse gas emissions. Overall, the practice of upcycling clothes lowers the demand for new clothing production, which is extremely wasteful and destructive for people and the planet.


Items will be shipping within 5 business days.

Made-to-Order products typically take 5-7 business days.

Once an item has been shipped, Reclypt is not responsible for packages lost or damaged in transit.

But we are MORE THAN happy to work with you to ensure you are satisfied.

Return policy

To encourage reduced waste throughout our supply chain, Reclypt doesn't offer returns, but
instead "Satisfaction Guaranteed".

We strongly encourage our customers to shop intentionally, but if you are not satisfied with a product from Reclypt, please reach out and will HAPPILY work with you to ensure your satisfaction.

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What is "Deadstock"?

Basically, any leftover fabric that is not being used. This can be untouched rolls of fabric, cut up fabric, or damaged fabric.

Nonetheless, it typically sits in a warehouse before it is thrown into landfills where it can take a life time to decompose, emitting harmful greenhouses gases as it does.

Also known by a few names, with “overstock”, “surplus fabric”, and “remnant” being the most common.