REworked at Rancho Relaxo

Clothes hold memories. Our closets are a museum of moments. And the littler the clothes, the bigger the memories. Little ones grow so fast and their moments clothed so fleeting. Their little outfits celebrate the occasions that define our life.

Give a second life to those precious items and relive those memories. At Rancho Relaxo, we are partnering with supernatch to help you REBUILD A BEAR and REWORK A RABBIT.

Chetie & Puck supernatch logo

How it works:
Take a stroll down memory lane. Unearth those precious garments that meant enough to keep: the babies first swim suit or a much loved cashmere sweater that the moths also loved.

Select the items you want to give new life and ensure they are in ready to rework condition (i.e. wash them). Bring your garments into Rancho Relaxo to discuss your vision. We will catalog and ship your items off the the Rework Workshop.

cheetah corduroy dress pink corduroy pants Cheetie

Because of the nature of the custom work, we ask that you trust the vision of the artisan and make payment in advance.

plaid shirt camo shorts puckie

We can also make masks and bucket hats (mommy and me sizing).

colorful tote past its prime mommy and me masks and bucket hats

And check out how fabulous these patchwork lettered bunting strings created from excess fabric. 

Rancho Relaxo bunting bunting letters

Who is the artisan behind this magic?

supernatch = all natural + supernatural

supernatch is Indira, a Creative Executive in Apparel Production and Product Development with expert level knowledge of Vintage and Fashion History.

The supernatch philosophy isn't exactly upcyling, although it might go to the same parties and mingle with the same crowd. What supernatch aims to do is produce new and useful goods from old or reclaimed goods, with an eye towards current and future trends.

Whether we're taking a cast away cashmere and turning it into a squishy and soft Bear or Lounge Pillow or repairing and adding sequin embroidery to an old pair of Levi's, the supernatch goal is to always be curating or rescuing and creatively making something great or better out of what is already in the world.

Phase one: Planning and Picking Apart
Rescued garments are examined and cleaned. The seams are picked apart. The salvaged fabric is examined to determine the best and most beautiful placement.

Phase two: Cutting, Piecing, and Sewing
The salvaged fabric is fused to 100% cotton heavy duty fusible interfacing. Pattern pieces are cut from these fused pieces. Because of the stability of fusing fabric to woven cotton as a foundation, any fabric can be used for this project.

Phase three: Sewing and Stuffing
The fused pattern pieces are carefully sewn together and turned right side out. The stuffed animal is then stuffed with a core of their own fabric scraps while the head, arms, outer body and legs are stuffed with premium recycled polyester fill.

Indira has the magic and vision to see the potential of every last scrap.