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Zero Waste

Discarded clothes, leftover fabric, unused yarns and other waste materials are the ingredients for our products.
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Slow Production

Each item is made by hand with time and care, using traditional and modern crafting techniques.
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Timeless Style

Our patterns and designs are unique, but minimalistic and timeless - made to brighten your home for a lifetime.
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From waste to wonder

Sustainability is not an option anymore. That's why we only use waste materials to create our products.

There are mountains of waste building up and polluting our environment. We made it our mission to dig through those mountains and find the small treasures waiting among them, ready to be turned into new and wonderful products.
The sourcing process

Freshly made

Discover new products in our range of handmade zero waste home textiles. We produce all our products made to order, according to your preferences, color scheme and style.
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Make it slow.

Waste materials are diverse, hard to standardize and mass-recycle. That's why we source, sort and prep all our materials by hand.

We create our products based on the input material available and combine different textiles, yarns and other materials in a slow and considered, handmade process.
The making process
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New on the blog

Dive deep into all things sustainability, crafts and recycling with our newest blog posts.

Sunset and Moonrise - Spring collection

Spring is finally here and the world awakes from a dull, grey and muddy few months, bursting into life with color. Our new collection reflects this with four new pieces of wall art and a rug, that are full of bright tones and deep sunny hues. In this article, I will show you the pieces in detail and also take you through the process and what it took to create each of them.
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Why is Wasteless Wonders so expensive?

When browsing around our collection, many might be surprised by the high pricing of our products. Since we care about transparency in all other areas of our business, we also want to give you a deeper insight into this part. In this article, we will show you how we calculate our prices and how everything is based on the time it takes to create.
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Imperfections are traces of human touch

Here at Wasteless Wonders, we are all about celebrating handmade, slow production. Which means very little machine work is used in the making of our products (really only a sewing machine) and most is done by two hands and many many repetitive motions. In this process, sometimes mistakes happen, a stitch is skipped or a row is woven in the wrong way.
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Upcoming events and workshops

19.03.

Multi-color linocut workshop

17:30 - 20:30 at Verstas247 Craft Gym

04.04.

Spring design & food market

11:00 - 17:00 at Teurastamo

Are you a business looking to use your scraps, waste and cut-offs in a better way?

We are happy to collaborate with companies of any size and in a way that suits both our practices best. We take material donations, produce custom product collections or develop limited editions to add to your existing lines. Read more or drop us a message describing your waste materials and ideas for a potential collaboration and we will take it from there.
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