Tidal Top

Tidal Top is inspired by watching the rise and fall of sea level on a sandy beach. When the beach is drying out during a low tide it creates whole lot of different shades and colours. They are changing gradually in a stripe pattern. It is an ever changing show of nature.
Tidal Top is knitted loosely from a blend of wool, silk, cotton and nylon making it ideal for a changeable spring days.

Tidal Tank

Tidal Tank is inspired by watching the rise and fall of sea level on a sandy beach. When the beach is drying out during a low tide it creates whole lot of different shades and colours. They are changing gradually in a stripe pattern. It is an ever changing show of nature.
Tidal Tank is knitted loosely from a blend of wool, silk, cotton and nylon making it ideal for a changeable spring days.
Front part and back part are the same size and shape but different colour pattern so you can wear it either from front or back for a change.

Print Jeans

Have a stain on your jeans? Embrace it!

Give your old jeans another chance!

Here is one handmade idea in seven simple steps.

1. Buy a textile colours (I used those for cotton and for silk and they worked great). Choose as many colours as you like.

2. With small, sharp scissors cut a pattern on a sheet of paper.

3. Take a brush and paint freely over your jeans using one or two of the lightest colours.

4. Place the patterned paper sheet over your jeans. Take a brush and using a darker colour paint/stamp through the paper over your jeans.

Spring Wild Rug

This is a bright and wild rug made from upcycled t-shirts. The fresh green and yellow reminds me of early spring sunny days and it will brighten up any room.
I cut some old t-shirts into yarn and crocheted this rug using size 10 crochet hook. It goes very fast and you can make it while watching one movie.

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