Mioltu

Handmade textile jewelry and accessories

Viljandi, Estonia · 15 Sales

Mioltu

Handmade textile jewelry and accessories

Viljandi, Estonia 15 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Enelin P

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Announcement   Handmade textile jewelry and accessories!
Worldwide shipping!
15% off for Facebook friends!

For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/Mioltu

MIOLTU comes from three Estonian words - minevik, olevik, tulevik - past, present, future.

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Last updated on Jul 1, 2017

Handmade textile jewelry and accessories!
Worldwide shipping!
15% off for Facebook friends!

For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/Mioltu

MIOLTU comes from three Estonian words - minevik, olevik, tulevik - past, present, future.

Enelin P

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Enelin P

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Mochila Lover

Mochila Lover on Oct 13, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

I adore this bracelet, It is so neatly done and it is so colourful and soft..and it is my size! I struggle to find bracelets my size, and this is perfect, it is like wearing clothing, soft and goes with my style. Love it!

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My name is Enelin, I am 27 years old and I live, work and study graphic design in Estonia. In spring 2015 I graduated Estonian native textile curriculum in University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy.

Creating has always been coded in my system, I like to make things bit differently and in my own way. My handicraft items are made with love towards old techniques and patterns. I make contemporary accessories that reflect old techniques and patterns but are influenced by my love for nature, music, and literature. I use mostly natural materials and sometimes I look fabrics from second-hand shops to give new life to perfectly good materials.

My shop is named - MIOLTU. The name comes from three Estonian words - minevik, olevik, tulevik -(the past, present, future). These three words reflect my personality and creations. I take my inspiration from old patterns, but now I get my inspiration from nature. I'm very excited to see how my creations will be making someone happy!

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  • Enelin

    Owner, Creator Designer Photographer, Curator Shipper Customer Service

    I have studied handicraft 8 years. I started my studies 2007 in Kuressaare Regional Training Centre. I continued my studies 2010 in the University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy. 2017 I started my studies in graphic design.

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