Multiple Choice is a collection of objects enriched by a unique fabric, knitted from recycled denim yarns.
I developed the Multiple Choice technique over the past few years, using recycled jeans yarns in contemporary textile designs. I started by knitting two chosen colours into a ribbon with an unpredictable pattern, on a old knitting machine. Stitched together, these ribbons form squishy seat covers for repurposed and repainted school chairs, a collaboration with interior collective ONBETAALBAAR.
In search of even more chunky softness, I developed a threedimensional knitted fabric wich can also be used as upholstery.
The Multiple Choice collection is part of the #hackyourjeans movement, boosting awareness around jeans production, use and recycling. Each object and every material used, is made in Belgium. The two yarn colours can be custom selected but are limited to the jeans colour card.
Pictures © Krysztoff Dorion & Flor Diericx