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Paskho started the Community-Made Initiative to connect you directly with talented Makers that live right here –– in communities across the United States. We’re currently doing the work to move all our production back to the U.S. in order to create jobs for skilled displaced workers in underserved communities. Now two years in, we’ve launched our second Maker’s sewing pod in Gee’s Bend, Alabama –– home to some of the most storied makers in the world. This initiative is all of ours to share in and fight for. Together we can make this country a place that has opportunity for everyone.
- Patrick Robinson, Founder, CEO
The Makers of Gee’s Bend are renowned for their dedication to the craft of quilting, and their quilts have been shown and celebrated in fine art museums around the world. These are truly skilled Makers of the highest pedigree. And they’re now making Paskho’s sustainable clothing –– imbued with their unique touch and creative spirit. Paskho Community-Made’s clothes represent economic opportunity for these skilled Makers and the Gee’s Bend community. This is an opportunity for you to connect to and experience their culture of resourceful creativity through the clothes you wear and love everyday.