2021 belt bags and new shoulder bags out now! - Zebraspider Eco Anti-Fashion
2021 · 08. June 2021
If you missed the online market, this is for you. Summer is here, and we are finally allowed to go out again, so a belt bags comes in handy on a walk through the town or an evening in the beer garden. If you need to carry around a bit more - a small grocery shopping after work or a sixpack and a jacket for meeting friends in the park - the new shoulder bags are just right.

Everyday post-apocalyptic outfits with Ynhoia and Dorawyn - Zebraspider Eco Anti-Fashion
2021 · 31. May 2021
I'd like to introduce you to two slow fashion designers today, whose designs go together very well. We drove to the Yorkshire Moors to have an unusual landscape as an excellent backdrop for a post-apocalyptic vibe in nature. I totally wear these outfits to work, though. You know I'm always happy to spread the word about independent designers, even though I have to mark this post as an advertisement.

What I've been up to in May - Zebraspider Eco Anti-Fashion
2021 · 24. May 2021
Maybe it's the weather that doesn't feel like it's the end of May already. On the positive side, things are opening up again. I could meet friends in a beer garden, and it was lovely. I got my first dose of vaccine, and I'm getting tattoed later today. In this blog post, I'll tell you a bit about what I'm working on for Zebraspider and what other news happened or are coming up soon.

100 days of pattern design - or not - Zebraspider Eco Anti-Fashion Blog
2021 · 17. May 2021
This is the second blog post about my 100-day project. I started it at the beginning of 2021 and wrote about it halfway through - about what it is and what I did. I chose pattern design as topic because I have been designing fabrics for a while now, and I love sewing unique products with them. I wanted to expand my portfolio and carry out all the ideas I had in my head. It was partly successful and partly not.

Update on the not-so-white-anymore punk vest - Zebraspider Eco Anti-Fashion
2021 · 10. May 2021
In case you don't follow my blog for some years, a summary of the white vest story first: I discovered a white vest in 2017 along with some UK bands after moving here. I collected patches from local bands and added them shortly after. A year later, I reconstructed the collar and started to add studs. I didn't wear it often because it's still a bit bright for my eyes.

Moon Phases collection out now! - Eco-friendly dress, vest, skirt and bags - Zebraspider Eco Anti-Fashion
2021 · 03. May 2021
I know, it took way too long for these to hit the shop. I would love to create extensive collections and bring them out at once with a cool lookbook and everything. But this is still a side hustle, and only I end up holding creations back because I think they're not ready. So I went ahead with making product photos, and now all three items with the moon phases are finally available, plus a new (old) vest.

5 Reasons bamboo clothing is not as eco-friendly as you think - Zebraspider Eco Anti-Fashion Blog
2021 · 26. April 2021
If you're just a bit into eco-friendly clothing, you probably came across bamboo. It is often marketed as a sustainable option but without giving further information on why. Let's take a closer look beyond that green bamboo picture, and we'll see some problems. It's not all negative, though. I will leave you with some advantages and links to read or watch more.

5 ways to sew on patches - Punk jacket, vest and hoodie - Zebraspider Eco Anti-Fashion Blog
2021 · 19. April 2021
How do I sew on the patch now? - Have you ever wondered after you bought a patch from the cool band at the gig (or online)? This blog post is mainly about simple screen-printed patches made of fabric because embroidered patches, which often have an iron-on coating, are a bit different. Regardless of whether you have a sewing machine at your disposal or not, here you will definitely find an option that suits your taste and which, in my experience, will hold. [Translation and update of an older...

A crochet blanket the Zebraspider way - punk / goth living - Zebraspider Eco Anti-Fashion Blog
2021 · 12. April 2021
My biggest crochet project ever! I started making a large blanket that is coming along slowly, but I did have some problems with my right hand in between. I've been reading the blog Attic24 for a while. I always adored the colourful blankets and got inspired to make my own. They're lovely colours to look at, but not for my home as you could guess. Of course, I'm doing things my way.

End of Other Times collection - Zebraspider Eco Anti-Fashion Blog
2021 · 05. April 2021
I promised you last week, so here is the End of Other Times collection's official launch! I finally finished the latest pieces, two denim skirts and two vest tops (*cough* today). There are also two new pairs of leg warmers to complete the outfits. All these are not in the Etsy shop yet but will be by the end of tomorrow.

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