As I tuned into the profound presence of plastics around me I observed how long lasting materials are always used for single use items. I wanted to lead a project that reversed this illogical standard of material use while also adding elements of design to assist in extending the lifespan of desire towards plastic materials. I aimed to harness the strength and stretch of the plastic as well as the opportunity to work with the colours shopping bags come in to form a durable but interesting textile. The prototype is constructed from discarded polyethylene bags which were then cut and fused into long sections of reuse yarn. ‘Poly-knit’ is a large textile swatch displaying the potential for durability and pattern reused plastic materials provide.