A collection of plush friends designed to repurpose materials, reduce waste, and help the environment. There are some differences between each character, but generally, the interior is stuffed with fabric remnants—from making other plush friends!
A zafu is a round cushion, often used in Japanese and Chinese meditation. This eco-friendly friend is inspired by the ocean sunfish, or Mola Mola, and motivated by my need for a better home-office seat when the 2020 pandemic hit. The exterior is made of repurposed textiles, such as old curtains, and the interior is stuffed with fabric remnants.
A portion of proceeds is donated to Mental Health America, a community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and promoting the overall mental health of all.
Porpoises made from almost entirely reporpoised materials! These were the first eco-friendly friends I made ♥ See more details about the Repurposed Porpoise here.
A portion of porpoise proceeds is donated to Mission Blue, a non-profit organization striving to make the world a better place, for both us humans and our animal friends, by igniting public support for a global network of marine protected areas: Hope Spots.
Accent pillows with fun faces! The front is made of new materials, but the back features fabric diverted from the landfill via SCRAP Creative Reuse. The interior is also stuffed with fabric remnants.