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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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Iona Wool
Isle of Iona
We are an independent yarn maker from the Isle of Iona in the Inner Hebrides. Our range of knit and weaving yarn is made from the collective clip of the island’s flock, which is carefully sorted and graded to retain the best characteristics of the fleece, resulting in a truly sustainable product. Our tweed, woven scarves and blankets are designed in house and made a stone’s throw away by our friends at Ardalanish mill on the Isle of Mull, a wind powered micro-mill running some of the last heritage looms in the country.
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Annie Neill
London
Men’s and ladies’ machine knitted lamb’s wool berets, beanies and gloves. Made in Hawick, Scotland. Men’s and ladies’ cotton socks. Made in England.
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Edinburgh Kiltmakers Academy
Edinburgh
Founded by Gordon Nicolson Kiltmakers in 2016, the goal behind the Edinburgh Kiltmakers Academy was simple - Standardise the practice of kiltmaking to the highest possible level and secure the future of handmade kilts. ​​ A new generation of kiltmakers is successfully being trained and the skill upheld at the highest level, ensuring a solid future for this beautiful craft. EKA works to create a solid and supportive community of kiltmakers from all walks of life. Immerse yourself in the world of handmade kiltmaking, learning all you need to know from industry professionals to become a fully-fledged kiltmaker.
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Collingwood Norris
Flora Collingwood-Norris designs and makes colourful knitwear from her small studio in Galashiels, using the finest natural fibres. Having inherited a love of colour from her mum, Flora’s colour choices are often inspired by the west coast of Scotland and the Scottish Borders landscape. Passionate about creating an ethical and environmentally conscious business, Flora has spent 2021 creating a book to help you repair and care for your knitwear, which should be ready for Cloth 21!
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K.Moods
Edinburgh
K.Moods is a colourful brand, from designer/maker Kathleen Moodie, creating textiles which are design-led, sustainable, made with zero-waste and along the slow fashion ethos. Each piece is created with longevity of the final product in mind, and brings a sense of playfulness to winter accessories. Every K.Moods item is designed, made, and finished by Kathleen - using traditional hand-knitting techniques alongside skills on a domestic knitting machine, she creates unique items which will both keep you warm and add colour to your wardrobe. The colourful knitted accessories bring a bright enthusiasm to design and textiles.
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Clarabella Christie
Dunfermline, Fife
Clarabella Christie is a Dunfermline-based design studio. Claire studied at GSA and is a surface designer and maker established in 2007 her business has a strong focus on reuse and sustainability. Claire makes colourful lighting, homeware accessories and loves to upholster furniture in her prints which are inspired by the architecture of her hometown. During lockdown Claire has developed and designed her first-ever capsule collection of Made-to-Order clothes. The collection focuses on simple silhouettes, craftsmanship, easy-to-wear versatile clothes with an extra helping of colour, print and happy. Proudly made in Fife.
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Tessuti Scotland
Edinburgh, Scotland.
Fiona McIntosh is the printed textile designer behind Tessuti Scotland. From her studio housed within an old lemonade factory in Edinburgh she hand dyes and hand prints natural fabrics such as wool and silk which are then made up into a variety of styles of scarves. Her current collection is inspired by her love of mid-century design. She uses the process known as ‘discharge’ printing which retains the original soft handle of the fabrics and produces luscious colours. Fiona regularly exhibits nationally and internationally.
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Irregular Sleep Pattern
Glasgow
Bedding and sleepwear for sartorial extroverts. Designed in Glasgow, manufactured in Portugal. Organic ∆ Ethical ∆ Fabulous!
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Olive Pearson Designs
Glasgow
Olive is a designer-maker specialising in luxurious, knitted accessories in merino lambswool and cashmere. Combining traditional techniques with contemporary design she creates slow-fashion heirloom pieces in her signature colours and geometric repeat patterns that play with perceptions. Inspiration comes from all around from manhole covers and zips to architectural details and ripples in the sand. Olive hand-frames everything on a vintage, manual machine in her Glasgow studio enabling her to provide a bespoke service for clients who can commission their own design or order any design and colour combination to create their own unique scarf.
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Anna Skea
Morar, Scotland
I design and produce knitwear in the northwest Highlands. My medium is wool and in the main Scottish lambswool, which I use for a range of felted jackets, coats and hats. I am working with a very fine lambswool at the moment and aim to make some new pieces to show at CLOTH#21 I love the character that wool gives to the finished fabric and it has always been satisfying to work with a sustainable material…..and these days wool’s resilience and repairability are becoming more important.
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ACME ATELIER
Forres Moray
Acme Atelier is the studio of designer and kiltmaker Andrea Chappell, who creates bespoke, contemporary kilts that combine heritage crafts and modern design. Using a resourceful and sustainable means of making I promote traditional skills whilst exploring wider possibilities for construction techniques and textile creation. Each kilt tells a story, expressing the individuality of a person, place or event, that records memories and moments to create a modern family heirloom to pass through generations.
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Candy Coated Accessories
Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire
Candy Coated Accessories current collections include luxury knitted lambswool hats, headbands and scarves for you, as well as hot water bottle covers for your home. Each item is exclusively designed by textile designer Fiona Ross in the north east of Scotland in her small but perfectly formed home studio. By combining her skills in machine knitting and sewing, the mixture of modern design and traditional technique complement each other perfectly. Her passion for bright colours and geometric patterns are definitely reflected in all of her products.
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Monica Boxely
Isleworth, west London, England
Monica’s passion for materials and processes has enabled her to experiment with metals, plastics, aluminium and print and more recently textiles.Inspired by urban architecture, nature and travel, Monicahas reflected her experiences on fabrics using digital and screen print as well as freehand mark making. Whether the design is multilayered or simple, the result is a piece of unique wearable art. Monica will be showing her latest work including a range of one off silk scarves at Cloth#21 PTI.
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Roobedo by Ruth Morris
Moulin, Pitlochry, Highland Perthshire, Scotland
Roobedo brings you a unique collection of ready-to-wear utility inspired clothing, accessories and homeware in denim, linen, Harris tweed and Glenlyon tweed alongside preloved and salvaged materials. Roobedo cuts, stitches, prints and manipulates cloth, producing pieces designed to become favourites and last a lifetime.
Entirely a one-woman enterprise, creator Ruth just loves to make things and she designs, cuts, sews and photographs all her own work in Moulin at the foot of Ben Vrackie. Passionate about ethical and sustainable production, organic and Scottish fabrics are used wherever possible. Ruth also lectures part time in Textiles and runs sewing workshops.
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Blue Cat Clothing
Edinburgh, Scotland.
‘I started making clothes at an early age on my Mum’s old treadle Singer sewing machine. Then went onto study design in Edinburgh & Glasgow. I set up Blue Cat Clothing 21 years ago after my constant sewing companion & lover of tissue paper, my cat Blue. I offer bespoke Special Occasion, Daywear and Millinery, alongside, my ready to wear collection Blue Cat Tweeds has evolved. Using fine Tweeds, which are sumptuous, hang well & tailor beautifully. The garments are inspired by a lifelong passion for vintage clothing & influenced by the rich colour combinations of plants, contrasting the unexpected'
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Taisir Gibreel
Scottish Borders, Scotland
Celebrating colour, culture and diversity is the Taisir Gibreel brand philosophy. The collections are tailored to all aspects of everyday life, bringing the unique and striking to the individual. Taisir’s sense of colour and pattern and her fearless approach to design lead to highly distinctive and elaborate combinations of colour and print; creating bold and abstract designs. Taisir’s collections are based on original hand drawings of rural and urban Scottish landscapes. Taisir Gibreel creates beautiful pure silk, and wool, scarves of bewitching and bold abstract design and intense colour; stunning, luxurious silk shift dresses kaftans and tops.
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