Recycled fabric earrings in peach, orange and black.
The large teardrop shaped components in these colourful earrings are cut from peach secondhand floral print fabric, which was a lucky, local charity shop find on Gloucester road, Bristol.
More joyful jewellery from textile recycling and colour enthusiast, Bec
Inject some feel good / festival vibes with this bright and colourful jewellery.
These decorative teardrop shape, vintage fabric earrings are part of my JAZZY PLECTRUM PROJECT COLLECTION. Components in every pair of these colourful earrings are made from recycled fabrics or textile off cuts, allowing me to ensure no precious fabric goes to waste.
These are my ORIGINAL sized Jazzy Plectrum earrings, with just one scallop edge tier. I also make larger, ‘Oversize Statement earrings‘ with TWO tiers of scallop edged shapes.
A huge benefit of using vintage and recycled fabrics is EXCLUSIVITY – every piece is Limited Edition.
Worn and well loved fabrics sourced from charity shops, jumble sales and donations of unwanted textile offcuts from fellow makers have been repurposed in these recycled fabric earrings.
The components in these colourful earrings have been vinyl printed, hand cut and machine stitched into place.
Despite their size, being fabric they are light weight and easy to wear.
The hooks are made from surgical steel, making them a good choice for anyone with sensitive ears or a nickel allergy.
These vintage fabric earrings measure roughly 5.5 x 4.5cm.
REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE for ethical style.