Filaments Project Elsewhere
The Filaments Project
About The Filaments Project
The Filaments Project is a fundraising effort created by award-winning fiber artist Jo “Qatana” Adell, as an offshoot of her Knot-Working craft.
Filaments are bracelets and other jewelry made from used and recycled guitar strings donated by many musicians, some whose names you know, some whose names you don't.
100% of the profits from the sale of this jewelry is donated to the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, which raises money to help working musicians who are in need of help with medical and day-to-day living expenses.
Currently all funds are designated for Sweet Relief’s general fund. However, we’d be happy to make a donation in your name to any of the people or projects Sweet Relief is currently assisting.
We are happy to accept donations of your used strings, whatever instrument you may play.
About Sweet Relief
The Sweet Relief Musicians Fund provides financial assistance to all types of career musicians who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability, or age-related problems. In other words, Healing Musicians in Need.
We all have received so much out of music, it's time to give a little back! Since 1994, the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund has provided assistance to all types of career musicians who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability, or age-related problems. composers & songwriters from across the country.
Sweet Relief has served the music community by helping musicians with medical and living expenses including insurance premiums, prescriptions, medical treatment and operative procedures, housing costs, food costs, utilities and other basic necessities of Life.