SomI have been toiling away making these reflectors and finally took them out for photography session. put on a head lamp and did these shots. Will do better pics later when I have pondered the problem that I will not utter a word about.
I think everybody should wear some kind of reflectors when they are out and about in the darkness where there are cars about. People tend to think that they are great and mighty but they are still invisible. Can be fine not to be seen e.g. if you are a burglar but if you are the average person who likes to be healthy and alive it is very wise to wear a reflector in the dark so you don't get hit by a car driven by another person .
My reflectors or endurskinsmerki in Icelandic and heijastin in Finnish are embroidered and soft and wonderful and VISIBLE.
The lucky ones will be presented with one for yul and the the others can purchase them from me. Each one is hand embroidered and exclusive.
Somebody who is serious in the reflector business is Alice Olivia Clark from Canada but living in Iceland . She runs Tíra Radiant Accessoires
We actually exchanged reflectors a year ago when we met at the Handverk &Hönnun Craft and Design fair in Reykjavik 2014
Anna María Lind, MA Textile Art from Winchester School of Art.