Friday, April 24, 2015

vendor profile: Remade Goods

ReMadeGoods are constructed from 100% upcycled material and supplies. Items such as old mop heads, cotton from vitamin bottles, back alley finds, construction scraps, used sweaters, packaging waste and much more are transformed into stunning pieces for the home.

By revaluing waste Jayne seeks to bridge her interest in design and handicrafts with her background in political economy in an effort to critique mass consumption while producing beautiful works.

The first collection of ReMadeGoods 2015 experiments with textile and fiber scraps. The products are a fresh and playful nod to 1970s wall art. These ReMadeGoods include macramé wall hangings, weavings, plant hangers, garlands and more.

Obsessed with upcycling and a self proclaimed hoarder, you can find Jayne working in her craft cave in Riversdale, wandering the back alleys of Saskatoon, or online at and on Instagram @remadegoods.

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