Ok, its a bit obvious what this is made from, but tea towels have such a lovely illustrative quality.
I make collages using upcycled vintage postage stamps from around the world:
(I also design notebooks, which are printed on recycled paper.)
Cast from a pair of little shells in Recycled Silver.
Additions to my range of recycled notebooks, all decorated with genuine, upcycled GB postage stamps:
This fabulous Liberty pair of curtains, cost just 20p from a jumble sale.
Alas, just 3 little bags remain.
I use recycled silver in all my jewellery and all my work raises funds towards my work raising awareness of the decline of our wild hedgehogs:
Created from leftover scrap of fabric, recycled fabric, with hand sewing and machine sewing on my handcranked singer sewing machine to cut down on electric energy useage
I love to upcycle and use broken jewellery and all sorts of broken and found bits and pieces in my buckle and key necklaces and my hanging hearts. I hope to be adding canvases soon aswell.
This is one of my key necklaces.
Some old hand blocked Indian fabric from The Hospice shop, (and some funky 1970s jumble sale tin coasters!)
Printed on 100% recycled card & envelope;
Don’t worry about it! I often post large images, as do many other people :)…
I think that’s a great idea and much better that they should be seen and loved than put in the loft or thrown away.
I now have sewing machine envy!
The surviving bit of an old tablecloth, nostalgically embroidered.( Even the tatty ones of these Im a sucker for!)
@coatimundi Such a sweet idea, and the old illustrations just “have” something, don’t they.
My grandmother had lots of tablecloths and napkins like this. I think she may have bought them on holidays abroad. Not sure what happened to them though, they are probably stuck at the back of my Mum’s airing cupboard!