In 2005 I was awarded funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council for a project called ‘Worn Again: Rethinking Recycled Textiles’ - (which later became known through an exhibition as ‘Ever & Again’). As Principal Investigator I aimed to bring together 12 textile designers, to explore through theory and practice how textiles can be upcycled. My shirts for this project experimented with sonic cutting and slitting to reshape the shirts (with limited success I have to admit!), and fusing digital sublimation printing with heat photogram printing. For this I had to translate my heat photogram print designs, which used real objects like wire and leaves, into digital repeats using photoshop.