- Keavy Martin
- Social Media
- Hand mending
- I’m an ex-academic textile worker interested in the practice and politics of mending.
- I specialize in hand-repairs of knitwear and blankets but take commissions only occasionally (for barter/trade). I can be swayed by art collaborations asking decolonial questions—or by precious family items needing thoughtful repair.
- Keavy Martin (she/her) is a white-bodied ex-academic turned fibre millworker who lives in Edmonton, Alberta, courtesy of the ongoing legal agreement known as Treaty No. 6, and within Region 4 of the Métis Nation of Alberta. She attempts relationship through textile and fibreshed work, particularly mending, which she practices when not parenting–or wrestling a pin-drafter at Qiviut Inc.
- Accepts commissions
- City or Region
- Treaty 6/MNA Region 4 (aka Edmonton, Alberta)
- Item sets
This item was submitted on March 29, 2023 by [anonymous user] using the form “Application Form for Menders” on the site “Visible Mending”: https://visiblemending.org/s/worldClick here to view the collected data.