This collection of carpets was created from used knitwear: sweaters, caps, scarves, gloves, etc. Patterned knitwear with rapport pattern, i.e. rhythmically repeated pattern, were used for the collection. The name of the collection, “Repeated”, ambiguously refers to repeated patterns and the second use of knitwear to create a different design object.
The carpets were produced in Neaustima, UAB (Šiauliai), one of the largest non-wovens companies in the Baltic States, using modern industrial looms to create a unique design. The collection of carpets were created using the same technology and are reproducible; however, the composition of each carpet is different depending on the colour of the used materials and the graphic solution.
Individual orders are also possible, where the materials of the customer could be used, e.g. favoured, but no longer worn clothes or their fragments. Thus, a person who finds it difficult to part with favourite belongings has an opportunity to transform them into another form of use and keep them in their environment.