Local Company Making Local Jobs Out Of Old T-Shirts

January 7, 2014 12:21 AM
Local Company Making Local Jobs Out Of Old T-Shirts
" BOSTON (CBS) – When Nathan Rothstein launched his t-shirt business, he wanted to find a way to bring manufacturing back to the United States. He found his formula with Project Repat.

“We started making different products,” Rothstein tells me, “but what people really wanted was an affordable way to turn their t-shirts into a quilt.”

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That’s right, a t-shirt quilt "

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