To find our featured craftswoman of this week we’ll travel to San Sebastián, or perhaps we should go to the beautiful Zarauz, her hometown. The truth is that it’s very likely that we´ll find Ana weaving or thinking about her next creations. His works have -in addition to quality- originality and charm. Continue reading
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We are located in Spain and we sell t-shirtyarn since 2010, 10 years right now.
We sell in 20 countries during this years , we sell in whollesalle mode an in retail mode.
We have 2 roll type :
the big one , with 13 cm in diameter and between 600 and 900 gr (depending on the yarn weight)
, and the small one 10 cm in diameter and between 250 to 350 gr.
The T-shirtyarn is a recycled product and it is always diferent, we have uploaded to the website more than 7000 diferent colors during the years.
We sell crochet hooks, purse frames or handles too, but our main product is the T-shirtyarn
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If you have a shop and do you want sell t-shirt yarn , please tell with us, we have afordable prices to you.
Tanvi Kant’s fabric jewelry
Tanvi Kant is an Indian artisan who works with recycled fabrics to create fine jewelry with history -as she says- because she uses old sarees from her family that are made of fine hindu fabrics. Tanvi has received many awards for these creations, which are as original as beautiful.
Tanvi is considered an artist who creates beauty recycling waste materials.
Look how cute the jewelry pieces made by Tanvi are and how original is the technique she has developed. Continue reading
Tuija Teiska’s recycled fabric sculptures
Tuija Teiska is only 26 years old and now is considered an accomplished artist in sculpture with recycled fabric. She’s called “The Rag Artist” because she made -with strips of cloth- paintings and sculptures of great originality.
Tuija, graduated from the School of Art in Imatra, Finland, represents the new generation of artists who create with recycled materials. She has had the opportunity to show her works at art museums, and people are amazed with her sculptures with fabric strips. Continue reading