This chapter explores the International Fiber Collaborative and its Gas Station Project, a collection of panels from individuals and communities that question oil dependency. Founder Frau Fiber invites participants to alter, mend, or make garments as political action against mass production and pollution. Classroom communities can fashion clothing, combat consumer complacency, and lessen environmental footprints through craft and political expression. Anonymous submissions and group projects included reflection on local reproductive care, concurrent voter registration, and other volunteer activism relating to reproductive rights. In theorizing and justifying craft curricula in the author own teaching, he is working to reconcile craft and activism with resources like The Craftivist Collective. The Craftivist Collective also emphasizes “hands, hearts, and head” to engage young people through artistic expression. Activist craftwork stands at the forefront of new political language, with all its possibility to build community and creativity.