Eloïse Sentito: A Nomadic Handweaver Touring the Celtic Lands in a Retro MotorhomeFrancescaPalange
Hailing from Dartmoor, England, I am a nomadic handweaver touring the Celtic lands in a retro motorhome. A designer-maker and sole-trader, I founded These Isles in 2014. I make, to your spec or my whim, fine and rugged scarves, snugs, cowls, shawls, blankets and rugs for low-impact, woollen, landscape medicine. I sell on Etsy. I write. I resist race-to-the-bottom economics and plug eco-socialist principles. I barter. I sometimes teach. I convene The Green Cloth Collective. I also sell pretty pictures of my work with lightly-phrased political challenges, in the form of postcards.
You can read Eloïse’s article in the Autumn Issue 2018 – Weaving a Road to a Fairer Global Economy A Journey in Maker-Activism
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