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Shelley Faye Lazar
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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Clare Simpson Textiles
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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Helen Chatterton Textiles
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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Morag Macpherson Textiles
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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