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︎ongoing wun wool project

turning deadstock yarn into unique accessories (ongoing project)

With a long career in fashion, Catharina is highly alert to the issues of waste and over-production.
Today, she’s ‘winning back’ wool from the textile industry and transforming it into innovative and stylish accessories.
The majority of materials are surplus to requirements: deadstock designer yarns and wool recuperated from shade cards and post-consumer garments.
Other fibres are gathered from specialised commercial sources, such as factories and mills with high sustainability credentials.
In 2020 the project started with a series of collars, knitted on a Brother handloom knitting machine in Catharina’s Copenhagen studio.
(page︎collars)
Now the won wool project continues with new designs, still knitted on her Brother handloom knitting machines.
Here you can find some of them. 


 N°008-22 / sleevescarf

N°010-22 / sleevescarf


N°010-22 / sleevescarf


N°003-22 / sleeve

N°004-22 / sleeve

N°006-22 / sleeve


N°028-23 / sleeve

N°029-23 / sleeve

N°031-23 / sleeve




N°030-23 / tubular scarf


N°032-23 / tubular scarf


N°033-23 / tubular scarf


N°011-22 / pearlscarf
N°012-22 / pearlscarf
N°013-22 / pearlscarf



N°015-22 / balaclava

N°016-22 / balaclava

N°017-22 / balaclava

N°018-22 / balaclava


N°034-23 / balaclava
N°036-23 / cagoule à gogo

N°035-23 / hi hi hey hey
N°037-23 / balaclava



N°023-23 / keep the baby warm

N°002-22 / keep the baby warm




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