the last few months I had been building products that people can spread my sustainability message on their style.The fabric earrings are made off up-cycled and I use as base cardboard, that makes the piece lightly and very comfortable to wear. And it is made of in different shapes.Plastic lids, this process it's a little bit longer, but the result it is incredible, and I get a lovely colors. After melting the lids, I build the plate, I cut in different shapes and then build the earrings and rings. After sanding, I use resin to glaze them. With this process I prevent couple of lids been thrown in the ocean and soil. I recycle material and I prevent waste
Other Craft Practitioners
Monochrome Drawing with Colourful Hand Embroidery
I was fascinated by bog oak.
I work digitally, with patterns, mainly with textile print, and wood cutting.
I work mainly with clay slip, and I cast in plaster molds.
Balance of finest lines and coarse threads
Katie Charleson is a screen-printed textile designer and quilter based in Edinburgh
Bicentenary Quilt project: bringing communities together, sharing stories, celebrating heritageWild Colour Residency workshop with Karen Modeo at University of Wales Saint David
Goldsmith, e-waste recycler, modern alchemist