Fresh in – Cotton Canvas Aprons




Hospitality, retail, workshop or home? Our organic cotton canvas aprons have launched. We can even sort screen printing for you.

These heavy duty organic (G.O.T.S certified) 310 GSM cotton canvas aprons made by Freeset make a great uniform option.


About the apron.

  • 100% Organic premium cotton canvas
  • Fair trade manufactured in a WFTO factory
  • Reinforced Cross back strap.
  • Antique brass eyelets.
  • Double front pocket
  • centre-front length approx. 88cm
  • width approx. 79cm
  • unisex one size fits all
  • Screenprinting or DTG option

No minimum orders and we can sort printing aswell, why not get in touch.


Or visit us and buy online.


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Liminal DTG –



We’re excited to announce the newest member of the Liminal family, our very own Brother GT-381 DTG (direct to garment) printer.

What is DTG (direct to garment) printing:

Direct to garment printing (DTG) is a great alternative to traditional screen-printing for lower volume orders, and the detail is extraordinary with shading and unlimited colors. Its the fast way to print your design on our great range of ethical blank basics.


Come and visit our showroom or email us an image . We’ll take your idea and print it before your very eyes- or shortly after.
We only print and offer a range of ethically produced fair trade,100% organic cotton t-shirts, tote bags and tea-towels by Freeset or our own range of fairtrade organic hoodies.


Can’t think of anything to print- we’ve got some designs ready to go.

Want to know more:

Check out our specific LiminalDTG website Here

Or shop online for your customized Mens t-shirt, Womens t-shirt, kids t-shirt or tote bag

Our spec sheet and artwork requirements are availible here

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Who Made Your Clothes? Sustainable Fashion in Australia


A few weeks back we collaborated with the wonderful team from Dorsu, an ethical fashion business based in Cambodia, to put together a night of sustainable fashion. The purpose of the event was to share with consumers about fair and ethical fashion, and the impact of individual purchasing choices for people involved in making our clothes.




We had a variety of products available for sale on the night, including our limited edition Paper Rain tees, as well as our basic tees and bags made with Fairtrade, Organic cotton and jute. We shared our vision of hope and freedom for women trapped by human trafficking in Kolkatta, and how our products are creating real change by providing the women of Freeset with a sustainable livelihood and restoring their sense of dignity.





A big thanks to Karma Cola for the deliciously refreshing fair trade soft drinks, the team at 75 Reid St for the beautiful venue, Dorsu for helping us to put the event together and sharing in our vision for a more ethical fashion industry. A big thankyou also to our fantastic photographer, John Xavier Photography and his partner Tara for their beautiful photos capturing our products. Finally, a big thankyou as well to all our Melbourne supporters who came along to support us, purchase our products and hear more about our producers in India.



To learn more about why we are passionate about sustainable and fair fashion, check out this video below.

To help us continue to provide hope and freedom to women in Kolkatta, please consider purchasing our Fairtrade, Organic tees, bags or accessories online.


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Where to shop?

We want to share the many amazing and courageous businesses offering a choice and alternative to the fast fashion model in the recent documentary: The True Cost.

New Zealand:

Earth Sea Sky


Liminal Apparel

Little Yellow Bird






Online and Global


People Tree


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Freeset Gateway Campaign Update


Freeset’s Gateway Campaign, which aims to fund a building in the heart of Kolkata’s red light district that will become an incubator for small businesses to give freedom to women in the sex trade, has recently celebrated a huge milestone.

The purchase and renovation of a property at the entrance to Sonagacchi, Kolkkata’s largest red light district, was completed in August after almost 2 years of planning and much hard work from the Freeset staff and cofounders. The vision for the Gateway Campaign came after a desire to expand the capacity of Freeset to provide employment and social services to more women and girls in Kolkata. The broader vision is for Freeset to become a catalyst for the growth of new “freedom businesses,” providing women with an array of vocational choices to help them find freedom.

Freeset’s dream is to see Sonagacchi transformed into a place of freedom. This strategically located building provides an ideal place to continue toward making that dream a reality. For all those who want to leave the trade, this building will be a beacon of hope, a place where they can begin taking their first steps to freedom.

15800_10152658798969590_8485243027789960556_nWith over 10,000 women and young girls trapped in the sex trade in Sonagacchi, the Freeset Gateway project will provide a way for many more women with a pathway to freedom. The new property will allow for:

  • Much needed space for many more freedom businesses to take root and grow
  • Dignified and sustainable employment that generates income for women and their families
  • Holistic social services including health-care, childcare, education and counselling

For last 14 years, Freeset has provided a vocational alternative to the sex trade for at-risk and trafficked women in Kolkata. Today, Freeset provides employment for nearly 200 women. With the purchase of this strategically located building, we can offer a choice of freedom to many more. The facilitation of new, sustainable freedom businesses and the provision of space for more social services are just two of the outcomes you can expect to see in the coming months and years.

Kerry, co founder of Freeset, is certain of one thing for the Gateway, “This place will be a place of freedom for many, if we’re in this together.” Thank you for journeying with us and believing in the freedom vision.

Liminal Apparel is sold out to the ethos and vision of Freeset, infact it’s why we started. We’re about fair trade made, organic cotton basics and bags. If you need custom bulk orders or a one of for your wardrobe.

Visit our store for Freeset product in New Zealand and Australia:

Australia:      New Zealand:

We’ve got you covered

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Our Retail Stockists across Australia


We are super excited to announce that we have 34 stockists of our bags, tees and accessories accross Australia! Our retailers play an important role in our story of #FreedomHopeRespect for the women that we work with in India. See below for the retailer closest to you where you can purchase our fair trade, organic apparel!


3 fair trade organic t-shirts for $65.00

3 fair trade organic t-shirts for $65.00

Dalcheri   –  Shop 47, Ford St, Beechworth –

Driftwood  –  3050 Frankstons Flinders Rd, Balnarring

2Pocket Fairtrade – 277 Little Londsdale St, Melbourne – 

Empower International –  188 Main St, Bairnsdale  –

Five Grey Elephants  –  16 Henderson St, Ouyen

FOLKART  –  232 Yarra St, Warrandyte

Green Collect  –  71 Anderson St, Yarraville  –

Hummingbird 60  –  244 High St, Northcote  – 

Imajine  –  422 Brunswick St, Fitzroy  – 

Just Planet Fair Trade Gift Shop and Cafe  –  37 O-Shanassy St, Sunbury  – 

Museum Victoria  –  11 Nicholson St, Carlton  –

Spirited Party Shop  –  81 Murphy St, Wangaratta

Threads of Nature  –  30 MacAdam Square, Croydon

Under the Juniper Tree  –  2/2456 Warburton Hwy


Hand Stiched sari blankets

Hand Stiched sari blankets

Beauty Next  –  638 Table Top Rd, Table Top

East Blaxland Community Pharmacy and Post  – 2 Normic Ave, Blaxland

EPHAS  –  PO Box 6425, Frenchs Forest  –

Fair Trade Downunder –  36 Campbell St, Wauchope  –

Gifts2ATee  –  7-11 Lanceley Place, Artamon

Liber8 Me Pty Ltd  –  PO Box 6040, Malabar

Little Peach  –  17 Byron St, Bangalow  –

Macquarie University  –  Gymnasium Rd, North Ryde

Mothers Union of Sydney  –  Shop 39, Town Hall Arcade, Sydney Square

Nourish Store  –  24 Hodgson Ave, Cremorne Point

Office of Environment and Heritage  –  Dome Rd, Dorrigo

Ollie and Me  –  Shop 3-5 Edessa Arcade, 90 Terralong St, Kiama  –

One Village  –  59A Tambourine Bay Rd, Riverview

The Social Outfit Inc  –  353 King St, Newtown  –

Thom, Dick and Harry’s  –  354 Argent St, Broken Hill  –

Tribes and Nations  –  Unit 1, 25 Flinders St, Lawson  –

home and office-web


Vibrant Earth  –  Shop 4, Old Petrie Town, Dayboro Rd, Kurwongbah

South Australia

Malvern Chemplus  –  291 Unley Rd, Malvern

If you own a business or shop and would like to stock our products, we would LOVE to hear from you! Email and we will send you details of how to place your first order! Alternatively, head to and place your order online.

Thankyou to all our incredible Australian retailers for being part of our story of #FreedomHopeRespect.

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Fast Fashion

‘Fast fashion’ has become a widespread phenomenon around the world – a powerful and often addictive past time that exists as a constant source of enjoyment and pleasure in our lives. Demand for cheap, easily accessible clothes and fashion has led to a growth of large fashion companies exploiting cheap labour for profit. Fashion Revolution, a global coalition of advocates, fashion designers, writers and business leaders, is a response to this trend, calling for a revolution in the current fashion supply chain. The campaign highlights the true cost of fashion to consumers globally, asking them to question ‘who made their clothes’ in order to transform the fashion industry to value people, the environment and profit equally.


Think about how often you scan your favourite fashion blog for the latest trends, or put a cheap tee or dress into your online ‘basket’ for you to purchase when your next pay comes in. We want the latest fashion, designer looks and accessories – but fast and cheap. ‘Fast fashion’ has taught us as consumers that we must have the latest trends and clothing with little or no consideration of the impact this has on our environment or workers rights. The Rana Plaza collapse two years ago brought worldwide attention to the horrific conditions many factory workers suffer under, demonstrating the true cost of buying cheap and fast. Earning a living wage is a basic human right, and yet it is becoming rare that this right is guaranteed, particularly in an era of consumer driven fashion that places wants over needs and a disregard for where and how our favourite fashion brands produce their clothes. The outsourcing of production to low income, poor countries by large fast fashion corporations has led to the reduction of production costs due to high volumes being produced. However, whilst being promoted as a way to ‘lift people from the cycle of poverty,’ fast fashion comes at the expense of factory worker’s freedom and dignity, and perpetuates the cycle of exploitation which fuels the industry.

_DSC0267-Edit At Liminal, we believe that our consumer choices can bring freedom and hope to the people who produce our products. We work with women in Kolkata, India, who are vulnerable to exploitation and abuse, providing them with an opportunity to break free from the cycle of trafficking by giving them skills to produce beautiful bags and clothing. 10931124_10153009429704590_8300550265815709338_n Making Freeset Products is part of a women’s journey to freedom. To her friends and neighbours among the thousands still trapped in the sex trade, she is a symbol of hope. At Liminal, we want our customers to be part of this story of hope and freedom. As consumers we have the power to radically change the fashion industry by creating a demand for ethically produced fashion that places the rights and dignity of workers at its core. To support the women we work with, purchase some of our products today! amended-redv2

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