Tag: #wool

Recycled Sweater Art

By Neokentin

One-of-a-kind wearable art made from upcycled sweaters.

Crocheted Planters

By Neokentin

Not upcycled (but could be, with some leftover wool…) but these little planters made by Lisenn are so cute, we love them! :)

Recycled Thrift Shop Finds Handcrafted Into Great Accessories

By Neokentin

Wool sweaters, leather garments, blankets or vintage ties, if I can find them in a thrift shop and they are made of beautiful fabric I will recycle them somehow!

Wool Wall Art

By Neodim

Creative decoration with wool ! love the choosen colors ! ++ Complete tuturial Here

Monster Stuffie Using Ugly Vintage Wool Sweater

By Neokentin

I found this ugly vintage wool sweater at the thrift store for $5. I then felted it then turned part of it into this monster stuffie – the face is […]

Viola Rag Doll

By Neokentin

This is a Rag doll handmade using recycled materials: textiles, clothing and old sweaters. Face hand painted. Measurements: Height 50-60 cm Body Width: 8-15 cm. Hair made ​​of recycled wool […]

Urban Up-knitt-ling

By Neokentin

There is an abundance of things you can do with yarn leftovers. We decided to take them out into the streets! On march 2nd, 2013 we startet an urban knitting […]

Déjà Vu Art and Fine Craft Show

By Neokentin

Since the first Earth Day in 1970, I’ve been encouraging people, especially kids, to reuse and recycle materials to create art and crafts. Seven years ago, our county’s recycling educator […]

Chameleons and Snakes of Wool

By Neokentin

Simply make a template and cover it with wool !

Fuzzy Wuzzy Wool Rug

By Neokentin

hese super soft, uber thick, colorful rugs are crocheted by hand from the upcycled selvage end cuts of Pendleton Wool Native American Blankets.

Easter Eggs and Nest

By Neokentin

This Easter nest has been created with wool and old newspapers. It’s easy and fast to make and allow you to reuse materials left over from other crafts.

Plastic Bag And Whool Necklace

By Neokentin

It’s a simple realization, you use three or four plastic bags according to the thickness you want and then wool around all…you will have an original necklace !

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