Guiltless giving

By JACQUELINE HOUTON  |  December 7, 2012


FREE RAMBLIN' KIDS PILLOW :: $40:: If you have a tiny, newish human on your list, consider something by Free Ramblin' Kids, an eco-friendly biz started by Deerfield's Katie Cavacco. A 2010 grad of MassArt's fashion-design program who spent years working in childcare, she now scours consignment and thrift stores for wool clothing to upcycle into whimsical booties, hats, rattles, ornaments, and aww-inducing pillows equipped with a tooth-fairy-ready pocket. » MassArt Made, 625 Huntington Ave, Boston :: 617.879.7407

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