Sustainability, care for the environment, working under fair conditions, sustainable and environmentally friendly production are not new premises in the history of design and the history of fashion. However, these practices have not been widespread or recognized. Therefore, today, it is urgent to finish applying all these premises and take the steps to do so. In that sense, much remains to be done.

Printing patterns are designed so that they can be produced on different surfaces, to be used in different seasons, over the years, by people of different ages and tastes. For this reason, each season, the new pattern designs coexist with previous designs. I have called the designs from previous seasons Reeditions (Figure.2.).

The New collections of scarves are made up of digitally printed designs. This digital technology is currently one of the least polluting. However, to reduce the environmental impact of production and marketing, I look for sustainable fabrics woven from recycled materials or yarns: the fabrics are digitally printed once a year; small editions are produced; and in the next collections sustainable fabrics printed in Spain will be used. On the other hand, one of the objectives is to dedicate more and more time to experimentation, to find different ways of reusing different textile surpluses.

The Bowls serie (Figure.1.) is made up of unique pieces. On the other hand, it reflects how I use artisan techniques to reuse surplus fabric (leftovers) from the scarf-making process. I try not to throw away the waste and, to do so, I look for ways to reuse the surplus in the design process and in the material production of new objects.

The Linens serie (Figure.3.)consists of unique pieces stamped with artisan techniques. This series reflects how I apply my pattern designs through artisan printing techniques.

I work in Donostia-San Sebastián, from where the unique pieces and small editions are sold.