Scrapcycling

Handmade items from reclaimed materials

Oregon, United States · 84 Sales

Scrapcycling

Handmade items from reclaimed materials

Oregon, United States 84 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
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Announcement   Bags, clutches, bow ties and accessories from reclaimed denim, Pendleton wool, textile remnants, leather and leather belts with Boro and Sashiko touches


I am always looking for ways to transform remnants and objects that might otherwise be discarded into useful, durable and special items. Lately I've been inspired by Japanese Sashiko stitching and the Boro style of patchwork which praises resourcefulness, discourages waste and turns scraps into garments and objects celebrating mending and the beauty that comes from every day wear and tear. In that spirit, I look around my studio, through scrap bins, and other people's discards and work with what I have to make sustainable pieces for you and your home.

This store allows me to combine my skills as an artist and fashion designer with my love for the environment. Instead of producing fast fashion , I create one of a kind and one of a few items that reflect my commitment to resourcefulness and recycling. Each piece is handmade by me from upcycled materials in a smoke free studio.

Everything in my shop is my own design and intellectual property.Please do not use anything without my express written permission.


***Are you in PORTLAND,OR too ? Message me before you order, you can pick up your purchase and avoid shipping.


I'm everywhere, come join me !

https://www.facebook.com/scrapcycling

https://www.pinterest.com/scrapcycling/

https://twitter.com/scrapcycling

https://www.instagram.com/scrapcycling/

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Last updated on Sep 13, 2016

Bags, clutches, bow ties and accessories from reclaimed denim, Pendleton wool, textile remnants, leather and leather belts with Boro and Sashiko touches


I am always looking for ways to transform remnants and objects that might otherwise be discarded into useful, durable and special items. Lately I've been inspired by Japanese Sashiko stitching and the Boro style of patchwork which praises resourcefulness, discourages waste and turns scraps into garments and objects celebrating mending and the beauty that comes from every day wear and tear. In that spirit, I look around my studio, through scrap bins, and other people's discards and work with what I have to make sustainable pieces for you and your home.

This store allows me to combine my skills as an artist and fashion designer with my love for the environment. Instead of producing fast fashion , I create one of a kind and one of a few items that reflect my commitment to resourcefulness and recycling. Each piece is handmade by me from upcycled materials in a smoke free studio.

Everything in my shop is my own design and intellectual property.Please do not use anything without my express written permission.


***Are you in PORTLAND,OR too ? Message me before you order, you can pick up your purchase and avoid shipping.


I'm everywhere, come join me !

https://www.facebook.com/scrapcycling

https://www.pinterest.com/scrapcycling/

https://twitter.com/scrapcycling

https://www.instagram.com/scrapcycling/

Michelle Adam

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Michelle Adam

Light Denim Market Bag With Sashiko Detail
US$45.00
Navy and Beige Graphic Print Pouch
US$15.00
Blue Printed Zippered Bag
US$15.00
Quilted Gold and Grey Printed Zip Pouch
US$15.00
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Handmade patchwork denim and Sashiko stitched zip pouch

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New blue printed zip bags for organizing and travel

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Navy and Beige Graphic Print Pouch
US$15.00
New beige hexagon printed zip pouch for travel or organization

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About

Stylish, sturdy, sustainable!

I started Scrapcycling as a way to use fabric swatches from design projects. I've learned so many new things from how to keep perfecting my photos to things I'd never thought about like SEO, social media promotion, shipping profiles and content creation. I am committed to creating eco friendly items from reclaimed materials that are as close to zero waste as possible. Because of this commitment, I've been inspired by the Japanese technique of Boro, which is a means of celebrating mending and the creation of new textiles from old, scrap products. I use the materials I have on hand to put my own spin on this ancient technique while still infusing the original spirit of the process into each item. Stay tuned for fashion items, I plan to incorporate this technique into garments soon!

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  • Michelle

    Owner, Creator, Designer

    I'm a multi media artist, wife and mom. I love food, wine, travelling, art and architecture and hope to start a huge garden soon! Sustainability and art inspire me,I try to combine them as much as possible, Scrapcycling allows me to do just that !

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