gridjunky
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Yep, #gridjunky is on the cover of a magazine. And this puny Instagram image doesn’t do justice to the beautiful printing and paper stock of #contentmagazine. 
The piece pictured is called Render Alpha. It is 100% silk recycled from an Alfani women’s sweater-dress.
I’m grateful and thankful for @contentmag giving me the cover feature. The issue is beautiful.
#knitters #knitting #handknitting #weloveprint #printdesign
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Recycled denim from a gigantic pair of raver jeans I’ve had since the nineties. I posted these jeans here before.
Recycled denim from a gigantic pair of raver jeans I’ve had since the nineties. I posted these jeans here before.
Recycled denim from a gigantic pair of raver jeans I’ve had since the nineties. I posted these jeans here before.
Recycled denim from a gigantic pair of raver jeans I’ve had since the nineties. I posted these jeans here before.
Recycled denim from a gigantic pair of raver jeans I’ve had since the nineties. I posted these jeans here before.
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I was looking through my stacks of #InterviewMagazine today. These illustrated covers are from 1987-88. The one with #AndyWarhol on the cover is from 1989.
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This is one of three #Balinese #ikat jackets from the late eighties. It was falling apart, due to poor construction, so I decided to recycle it, and harvest the fabric.
A rough description of these images: Remove the buttons, rip out the black lining, separate the pieces and iron everything worth keeping.
This is one of three #Balinese #ikat jackets from the late eighties. It was falling apart, due to poor construction, so I decided to recycle it, and harvest the fabric.
A rough description of these images: Remove the buttons, rip out the black lining, separate the pieces and iron everything worth keeping.
This is one of three #Balinese #ikat jackets from the late eighties. It was falling apart, due to poor construction, so I decided to recycle it, and harvest the fabric.
A rough description of these images: Remove the buttons, rip out the black lining, separate the pieces and iron everything worth keeping.
This is one of three #Balinese #ikat jackets from the late eighties. It was falling apart, due to poor construction, so I decided to recycle it, and harvest the fabric.
A rough description of these images: Remove the buttons, rip out the black lining, separate the pieces and iron everything worth keeping.
This is one of three #Balinese #ikat jackets from the late eighties. It was falling apart, due to poor construction, so I decided to recycle it, and harvest the fabric.
A rough description of these images: Remove the buttons, rip out the black lining, separate the pieces and iron everything worth keeping.
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100% Wool recycled from a DKNY women’s sweater.
100% Wool recycled from a DKNY women’s sweater.
100% Wool recycled from a DKNY women’s sweater.
100% Wool recycled from a DKNY women’s sweater.
100% Wool recycled from a DKNY women’s sweater.
100% Wool recycled from a DKNY women’s sweater.
100% Wool recycled from a DKNY women’s sweater.
100% Wool recycled from a DKNY women’s sweater.
100% Wool recycled from a DKNY women’s sweater.
100% Wool recycled from a DKNY women’s sweater.
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The combination of faded black and helvetica is enough to geek out on, visually. I’ve had this tee since the eighties.
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I’m revisiting this Shetland/Merino blend. I recycled it from an American Eagle sweater, and knit just one hat from this batch. #knitters #knitting #recycledyarn #yarnstash
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100% wool tweed recycled from an A&F men’s sweater.
100% wool tweed recycled from an A&F men’s sweater.
100% wool tweed recycled from an A&F men’s sweater.
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While looking for green things to photograph, I got sidetracked by a #kalapana sing-along. It happens. #aloha
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Yes, I was a dancer, and yes, I am that old. #tbt