LosanaB recycle reclaim rescue renovate remake fabric into fabulous new things

Here at Losana B we love fabric and hate waste.

We take beautiful fabrics and turn them into fabulous things. Many of our fabrics are rescued, reused, recycled, upcycled, renovated, reinvented, refurbished or remade.

Rescued by saving them from the bin. Recycled by deconstructing garments and household textiles to make use of the still good fabrics. Upcycled by changing garments and household fabrics into new items. Renovated and refurbished by repairing and reconstructing damaged fabrics. Reinvented by giving them new identities. Remade by combining even the smallest scrap of good fabric into new usable sheets.

And then we make them into new things. Things to be loved!

Read more about Losana B, what we do and how we do it here.

We have an ever growing range of standard designs, all of which can be made to order in a variety of fabrics with a range of variations. If we don’t have a piece of fabric you like in stock we’re happy to try and source something especially for you. We also have a selection of ready made pieces just waiting to be sent to a new loving home.

Above all else though we love custom makes! What ever it is you’re looking for get in touch and let’s talk! And of course every single one is unique!

What our customers say

My duffel bag to use as a backpack while walking has arrived today! Photos and videos can’t really do justice to the fabric colour and quality of the work – even the washing instructions were enclosed, so helpful. I love it, thank you! 🙂

Sally Wsource: Facebook
Wow, it’s amazing, you’re so clever.
I love my new bag, so glad we went for the green as they go so well together.
Can’t wait to use it.
Janetsource - email

Absolutely in love with my little zip pouch from Losana B. Beautifully made in a stunning fabric and it arrived very quickly. Perfect for my sock knitting projects. 🙂 Thanks, Sharron.

Louisesource: facebook

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What’s New?

The Latest From Losana B

Tutorials Now Being Added!

Ready to try up-cycling and altering your own clothing?

We’re starting to build our selection of tutorials to help you create wonderful new things out of the clothes you already own, or maybe even charity shop finds!

So far there’s one to show you how to deconstruct ties into usable fabric, coming soon we’ll show you the first of many ways to use them!

up-cycled t-shirt by Losana BThere’s also a tutorial showing a simple, no cutting, way of altering an over sized t-shirt into something that fits much better – ideal for turning those big tour t-shirts or men’s ts with great prints on into a more fitted version. You can even change the look of this up-cycle on a whim without any further alteration or sewing!

Delivery Now Only £2.95 Per Order!

£2.95 per order deliveryWe’ve sorted out our misbehaving delivery options!

Previously our basket was adding £2.95 per item as a delivery charge, this is not what we wanted at all.

Now, no matter how much you add to your basket, the delivery charge will not go over £2.95.

Where products are described as Delivery included or free and those are the only products in the basket delivery will be FREE! Where a mix of free and paid delivery products are added the £2.95 charge will apply.

Paypal Integration

22nd October 2017

Our Paypal integration is now up and running properly so you can now order directly from us with the security of paypal!

We’ll begin adding products as fast as we can (which frankly won’t be very fast this week as it is school holidays – sorry) but in the meantime we have an offer on the one product already available for direct order – our up-cycled denim key rings are reduced from £5 to £4 for this week only!

Go on, treat your keys and give us a go!

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