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Collingwood Norris
Scottish Borders
Flora Collingwood-Norris designs and makes ethical knitwear from her studio in Galashiels, using the finest natural fibres. Inspired by colours in Scottish landscapes, her scarves, hats and mitts are designed to uplift your Winter wardrobe. While most designs are made by hand in the studio, some are made at a local mill in very small batches. Helping you to make your knitwear last a lifetime is a passion of Floras, and she has written a book “Visible creative mending for knitwear” to help you learn how to repair the knitwear you already own.
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The Unraveling
Leith, Edinburgh
The Unraveling is a Bohemian Homeware Brand, specialising in crochet and macrame wall planters. All designed and handmade by creator, Dominique, with care and consideration for the environment. Transform your home into a bohemian retreat with these beautiful space saving plant hangers. Designed to be easily integrated into your environment, these hanging wall planters provide beautiful vertical accents, enabling greenery to fill you home. Perfect for smaller spaces, or those plant lovers who are running out of floor space.
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Vanessa Bullick Ceramics & Textiles
East Neuk of Fife
Vanessa Bullick Textiles pieces from her studio in Cellardyke in the East Neuk of Fife. Vanessa makes coloured stoneware tableware and smoke fired pots. She also makes traditional oilskin and dry oilskin bags along with knitwear.
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Lyndsey Currie Knitted Accessories
Dundee
Lyndsey Currie Knitted Accessories creates a range of bold and colourful knitted accessories in premium quality lambswool. All products are designed and made by me in my home studio in Dundee on a hand powered knit machine. My designs are inspired by my love of brutalist architecture and pairing of bright and bold colours, and includes a range of knitted hair scrunchies, headbands, wrist-warmers, snoods and scarves. I am passionate about sustainable living and use only 100% premium lambswool, a natural, sustainable and renewable fibre.
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Jenni Loudon
Edinburgh
Slightly strange textile creatures. Most are loosely based on human form though often also have bird or animal characteristics. They are sewn by hand and machine incorporating new and recycled fabrics, may be felted,painted, printed, dyed, stained, manipulated etc and can also include found and repurposed elements. Most are jointed so they can be posed but they are designed for adult collectors only and are not suitable for small children or robust play.
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Tessuti Scotland
Edinburgh
Hand dyed and hand printed fashion accessories which include a variety of styles of scarves printed on natural fabrics, silk shirts and silk covered buttons. Also commercially printed greetings cards showing my designs and hand printed limited edition wrapping paper.
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Kirsty Odds
Aberlady, East Lothian
Hopipola Handwovens is the studio of handweaver and textile designer Kirsty Odds, who works from her garden studio in Aberlady. She creates fresh, contemporary woven pieces, predominantly for use in interiors and accessories, on traditional looms.
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ompompom
Hastings
A textile designer working with lambswool, a knitting machine, a computer to design my graphics and a felted finish. I create soft textile pieces with bold colour and shapes or more subtle colourways with pops of colour. In Wearables I make simple shape jumpers, coatigans, hats and scarves. In Homewares I make cushions and hot water bottle covers. My prices range from £45 for the hats £170 for a jumper to £375 for a Coatigan I studied many years ago in Brighton but live in Hastings taking the name om pom pom because I do love to live beside the sea.
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Aamos Designs (Emma Geddes)
Shetland
Aamos Designs is a unique and talented textile design company, who specialise in contemporary woven textiles, owned by designer Emma Geddes, a 2006 graduate of the Glasgow School of Art. Emma is based in Shetland, she works from an energetic studio at her home in Burra. She is motivated to design original woven textiles, honouring traditional techniques, updating them to create unique and luxurious hand woven fabrics, for fashion and interiors. She is also known for her playful but confident use of colour, and contemporary use of time-honoured woven structures.
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Whirlow
Edinburgh
Whirlow is a luxury knitted accessories brand, founded in Edinburgh by textiles designer, Kirsty Franey. Our designs start with Kirsty’s original illustrations, inspired by the natural world that embrace an eclectic mix of pattern and colour. Our signature piece is an oversized blanket scarf, perfect for keeping cosy on chilly days. Each item is made in Scotland with care and authenticity and celebrates Scotland’s unequalled excellence in the manufacture of knitwear. We create timeless, non-seasonal products using traditional methods and the highest quality 100% Lambswool yarn. Our brand supports slow fashion, creating long-lasting products to be cherished and looked after for many years to come.
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Terry Macy
Somerset
For over thirty years Terry and Angelika we have created stylish, timeless clothing in their Somerset studio, using only the best ethically sourced natural fabrics. Their clothes are designed for all women, regardless of age or size, clothing that is essentially about joy and personal statement, rather than popular trends. Their autumn winter collection includes a rich tapestry of coats, jackets, tunics and dresses in heavy Irish linens, Scottish wools, cord, crushed silks and jewel coloured velvets. Clothes can be purchased directly or a bespoke service is available if required.
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Helen Chatterton Textiles
Edinburgh
Helen Chatterton Textiles makes beautiful handcrafted textiles all made in the UK. Harris Tweed collection includes Harris tweed/Velvet/Liberty scarves and smaller items, prices ranging from £8-£80. Running concurrently is Helen’s City on Cloth collection of luxurious silk map scarves, designed by Helen and made in Macclesfield, Cheshire. Also made from the left over fabric from the scarves are lavender bags and notebooks covered in the silk. Cities include four different Edinburgh maps, London, Oxford, Paris, Rome, Barcelona, Liverpool, Madrid and many more.
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Mairi Brown
Edinburgh, Scotland
I am a textile artist working with free-machine embroidery to decorate the clothing and soft furnishings that I make, mainly on a commission basis. Inspired by flora and fauna I study the details of each animal or flower to recreate it in stitch. The rich colours and way that light catches on say a bird’s wing or lilies petal is recreated with my process of drawing and painting with thread. Each piece becomes a little treasure reminding the wearer or owner of how precious our wildlife is and how surprising colours can be found in everyday creatures and plants.
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Monica Boxely
Isleworth, west London, England
My work is driven by my passion for colour and unique print. I create small themed collec-tions of unique clothing and jewellery. Most of my work is screen printed or digitally printed onto natural fibres. The pieces of clothing created are fun, stylish and allow the wearer to stand out from the crowd! The designs are often inspired by my travels in Asia where I have had the privilege to learn Batik from local artists. There are always new additions to the col-lections throughout the year. It would give me great pleasure to show you my latest pieces
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Clare Simpson Textiles
Glasgow
Clare Simpson is an embroiderer and surface designer combining a love of traditional textile techniques with the joy of colour, pattern and texture. Particularly inspired by the often-overlooked skills of domestic needlecraft, she revisits old techniques and reimagines them in new contexts, often exploring the interaction between embroidery and print. At Cloth#22 she will be selling her recently launched limited-edition range of bags, pouches and cases featuring designs from her ‘Print x Stitch’ collection. Each combines an embroidery-inspired digital print with hand or machine embroidered panels, in the vibrant colour combinations that are the signature of her work.
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WOVEN MEMORIES
Manchester
WOVEN MEMORIES is a textile studio based in Manchester and presents two collections made of luxurious natural fibers. Design by gina collection showcases homeware and fashion accessories with innovative patterns designed and hand-woven by Gina Nadal. Made by you collection has a range of personalised fashion accessories and homeware that reflect your story in terms of a unique design to create a truly individual product. You share a story or memory. We take your words. We then create a unique design using digital coding. You choose the colours. You choose the material. We then hand weave to your specifications.
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Taffled Threads
Alloa
I am a handwoven textile designer passionate about telling a story through cloth. Using natural fibres, my work consists of contemporary tartan designs and limited edition fabrics that are woven into scarves, blankets or turned into decorative and functional items. I am currently exploring the possibilities of the twill structure to create a variety of designs from the textured to the geometric block twills using a variety of wool, silk and cotton yarn
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Shelley Faye Lazar
Worcestershire
Lockdown afforded me the luxury of time to resume my love of designing and stitching tapestry canvases. Working in cooperation and inspiration alongside additional disciplines, my work is then transferred to other textiles, making my designs accessible and enjoyable to a wider audience. I wish to heighten the awareness of textiles and thread, and to communicate techniques and function. Colour is my obsession. The range of scarves and cushions is called the “Trompe L’Oeil Collection”. Initially, you aren’t aware of the transformation that has evolved. The eye fights sense of touch, but once all is revealed, the fun begins.
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Blessed Unrest
Edinburgh
My textile prints are often inspired by walks in nature, patterns in the urban environment around me and Japanese textiles. My first love is hand screen printing onto natural cloth but I also design digitally for large scale projects, delicate silks and licencing artworks. I work with photographic and hand drawn imagery, layering the motifs and patterns using opaque and transparent inks in vibrant colour palettes. My distinctive patterns work beautifully across a wide range of homeware products including cushions and lampshades and fashion accessories including scarves and tote bags. Remnant cloth is repurposed as wearable art brooch badges.
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K.Moods
Edinburgh
K.Moods is a contemporary Scottish knitwear brand, aimed towards socially conscious and design-led adults who are searching for sustainably produced and locally made textile products; Kathleen creates boldly colourful, knitted unisex fashion, as well as accessories, and vibrant soft furnishings. With K.Moods you will find yourself wrapped in cosy scarves, statement cotton socks, and stand out in the crowd with reversible hats, all from a zero-waste Edinburgh knitwear design studio.
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Morag Macpherson Textiles
Kirkcudbrightshire
I'm a surface pattern designer with a background in graphic design and I love working on textiles. I create patterns inspired by art history, anthropology and nature. I digitally print my designs onto various natural fabrics and patchwork with repurposed, individually sourced and naturally dyed and eco-printed textiles to create unique upcycled garments such as kimono-style robes, jackets, coats and wraparound skirts. I also have a range of limited edition linen/cotton cushions and silk scarves.
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Heather Hancock
Peak District
Heather Hancock is a maker who creates original 2D and 3D pieces, using stitched, collaged and drawn techniques. Originally from North Yorkshire, Heather now lives on the edge of the Peak District, and finds inspiration in the wild, beautiful landscape that surrounds her. The movement of birds inspire Heather to use ink and pen to create fluid, expressive studies which are developed into mixed media pieces later in the studio.
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Anna Skea
Morar, Scotland
I am a knitwear designer and maker who works with wool. I believe that the qualities and character of wool give a long lasting garment which is unmatched for warmth and breathability. I love working with colour and I use yarn from a Scottish mill to make hand framed jackets, sweaters and hats. They are fulled to produce soft warm pieces. I live and work in Morar in the northwest highlands of Scotland and after many years of having a shop, I now work from a studio in my garden.
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PickOne
Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland
I am a hand weaver based in Leith, Edinburgh. I predominately weave using merino lambswool, enjoying the colour variations one gets from this colourful and versatile yarn. I am enjoying examining how many ways I can interpret differing stitched marks and patterns through the medium of weave on a 32 shaft Megado loom; my pride and joy! As well as stitched marks I am currently obsessed by all things denim, sampling is continually evolving as to how I can weave these two trains of thoughts together. I will presenting another mini collection of new woven works at Winter GLOW.
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Susie Redman
Burntisland
I weave homewares and wearables in my Burntisland studio, situated in a heritage railway building overlooking the Forth and across to Edinburgh. I weave on a beautiful traditional Swedish floor loom that is ideal for making my wool rugs, cushions, blankets, linen towels, runners and also scarves and wraps. Traditional weaves are given a contemporary aesthetic and are woven in natural fibres including luxurious lambswool, linen, cotton and paper, organic where possible. Sustainability is important to me and I aim to source my yarns as locally as possible and to achieve zero waste in my studio.
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