Fashion Revolution Day takes place on 24th April each year. By asking people the simple question ‘Who made my clothes?’, we are keeping the fashion industry’s supply chain in the public eye.

The Fashion Revolution movement rose from the ashes of the Rana Plaza catastrophe in Dhaka, Bangladesh. On 24th April 2013, 1,133 people died and another 2,500 were injured when a factory which produced garments for many of our most familiar fashion brands collapsed.

The notion of knowing where your clothes come from is at the heart of Wool and the Gang, and this year we’re inviting our worldwide Gang – that’s you! – to join in and spread the message.

Gang Makers, knitters and ready-to-wear customers – we need you, one and all!

We want you all to download our printable PDFs, don your knits or grab your needles and strike a pose.

We have three different designs, as professionally modelled by WATG Gangsta, Lydia:

For Gang Makers – those of you who have knitted Wool and the Gang designs to be sold on site

For knitters – all of you who’ve made your own Wool and the Gang knits from our kits or yarn

For ready-to-wear customers – those of you who have bought our ready-made knits

Choose your Gang sign, take a snap, and share your results on Instagram and Twitter using the hashtags #whomademyclothes and #shareyourknits in time for Fashion Revolution Day on Friday 24th April.

We’ll be sharing all your snaps on our Hang With the Gang page and across our Wool and the Gang social channels.

I Made Your Clothes (downloadable PDF)

I Made My Clothes (downloadable PDF)

The Gang Made My Clothes (downloadable PDF)

We all wanna change the world so let’s start that revolution, Gang!

Find out more about Fashion Revolution Day.


  1. Hi, I will like to know who made the yarn, in Perú and other countries?

    • Our woolly yarns and Shiny Happy Cotton are made in Peru and our Mixtape and Jersey Be Good are from Turkey. All of our materials are sourced with consideration so as to reduce impact on our environment. We work with fashion factories to repurpose their fashion waste into new yarns to reduce landfill – our Mixtape and Jersey Be Good yarns are made in this way. You can read more about all of our yarns here: http://www.woolandthegang.com/meet-our-yarn.

  2. It’s great to see all of the people, organizations, and fashion companies who are behind today and it’s meaning! I hope we can carry the movement beyond Fashion Revolution Day and make significant changes to how the fashion industry manufactures garments.

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