California-based Lisa Anderson Shaffer was taught needlework by her grandmother, Zelma, and has been creating her own textile designs for the past 15 years. Under the name Zelma Rose, she makes needlework and handwoven textile jewelry. Her commitment to slow fashion and ethical design, though, is what really caught our attention. All her designs are minimal to zero waste and use 100% cotton and sustainable hemp cord for a durable, high-quality finished product. Every piece is handcrafted and showcases her focus on creating memorable, ethically crafted jewelry.