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Ailsa Lishman
West Yorkshire, England.
I’m a printed textile designer who specialises in the traditional method of screen print to create a range of contemporary prints for a range of products. Intrigued by the shapes and patterns that surround us in the everyday, I draw my inspiration from these to create graphic and abstract surface pattern prints. I enjoy experimenting with a whole variety of colour combinations, from sophisticated and subtle palettes, to bold and bright. Each one of my products is unique as they are all hand made from start to finish and no two prints are ever exactly the same.
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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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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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Katie Charleson
Edinburgh, Scotland
Katie Charleson is a screen printed homewares designer committed to creating sumptuous, unique textiles. In 2020, Katie introduced quilting, stitching and appliqué to her work, it becoming a key component of her practice. Combining print and stitch, Charleson makes work by collaging with fabric; using shapes and colour in an instinctual way. Katie works exclusively with natural fibres from ethical sources and many works embrace upcycling, making use of remnants and archival fabrics. She only uses water based inks in production, and is consciously introducing natural dyes while educating herself on the most environmentally positive way to continue creating textiles.
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Helen Ruth
Aberdeen Scotland
Helen Ruth is a luxury accessories label specialising in digitally printed silk and wool scarves, printed and hand finished in Scotland. Each scarf starts with original hand drawn illustrations, usually in pen and ink. Artworks are then converted to digital files, coloured, repeated, mirrored and collaged to create the intricate and layered prints of the scarves. Each scarf tells its own story - a well loved tale, a saying, or a personal childhood memory, giving the wearer an emotional connection the piece. Often spiking beautiful design and illustration with subtle sinister undertones, there is always more than meets the eye!
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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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Irregular Sleep Pattern
Glasgow
Bedding and sleepwear for sartorial extroverts. Designed in Glasgow, manufactured in Portugal. Organic ∆ Ethical ∆ Fabulous!
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Helen Chatterton textiles
Liverpool
Helen Chatterton is a designer/maker based in Liverpool. She has two collections which run concurrently and sometimes intertwine. Her range of Tweed/Velvet and Tweed Skinny scarves were launched in 2010. (32) Helen’s City on Cloth silk map scarves launched in 2012 featuring her artwork using vintage maps and the scarves are printed and hemmed in Macclesfield. In November 2020. Helen’s inspiration comes from colours and patterns both in the urban landscape and the Teviot Valley where she spends her time walking her dogs when not in Liverpool.
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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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Zitozza
Leven, East Fife
Hungarian-born designer Zita Katona founded interior textile design business Zitozza in 2020 by after a decade-long career zig-zagging between graphic and textile design. During the pandemic lockdown, she decided to unite the two skillsets in the form of surface pattern designs for interiors - the result is a modular block printing system of with combinable, uniform printing blocks organised in two collections with an immense variety of designs on the coarse natural jute fabric. The elements combine Zita's Eastern European heritage of modernist, or brutalist architecture and the influence of Scotland’s textile industry with more traditional, botanical motifs. 
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Jenny Findlay
Edinburgh, Scotland
Texture and pattern have always held a lifelong fascination for me. Studying Textiles at Ravensbourne and then Camberwell College of Arts gave me a further opportunity for research and insight into surface design and construction of cloth. I Began to develop a wide interest in applied arts and design. However, print has been my enduring passion since graduating. Etching, Collagraph, monoprint and relief techniques and more recently a return to screen printing. I have worked in Contemporary Galleries; CCA Galleries, Cambridge. Edinburgh Printmakers, Dovecot Studios, all of which contributed to my interest and development in working with contemporary artists either through installation of exhibitions or organising events & educational programmes. This has in turn brought me full circle to return to teaching and making and designing Art Textiles.
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Michaelson Design
Ceres, Fife
Michaelson Design printed textiles have previously been inspired by my photography of the built environment. Since moving to rural Fife, however, the history and archaeology of its linen industry have become more influential. For CLOTH#21 I am offering my ‘Ceres’ collection of bags and aprons in Fife linen, with printed designs derived from images of flax fields, the weaving process and the archaeological evidence of past industry. My original collection of silk scarves and squares will also be available. Sadly, the local weaving of Fife linen has been discontinued, so this will be the last of the ‘Ceres’ collection.
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Ursula Hunter - Little Axe
Edinburgh, Scotland
Ursula Bevan Hunter has an MA in Illustration from the University of Edinburgh. Specialising in hand block printing, she produces pattern design for papers and textiles. Inspired by nature, she focusses on native species, that are beginning to disappear from our landscape. For Cloth#21 Ursula produced a new print inspired by the flower and seed of the Flax plant. After weaving Linen for hundreds of years, the closure of last mill in Kirkcaldy compounded the sense of loss of this once vital industry. Ursula is interested in working on commissions for private / public spaces, healthcare, hospitality and published books.
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Ailish H
North East of England
Ailish classifies herself as a research-based practitioner within the arts. She serves as editor-in-chief for Mr X Stitch. She has had two large solo exhibitions and has written for a number of publications, including Selvedge and Embroidery. She is represented by Handmade in Britain, Craft Design House and CRAFT, having developed her own luxury print design label; producing wearable items and those suited for interiors. It is important to her that each product is made using small producers. Her focus lies in telling a visual tale, allowing the purchaser to carry on the narrative.
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Cushie Doo Textiles
North Queensferry, Fife.
Inga is a Printed Textile Designer based in North Queensferry, Fife. Using a Vintage colour palette, her design inspiration comes from pattern, colour, texture, nature, and the Arts & Crafts movement. She carves her unique designs from Lino blocks and then, using Eco-Friendly water-based inks, prints onto Scottish Linen fabric woven locally in Fife, which she then creates into her range of sustainable Homewares and Accessories. Inga is passionate about doing what she can to help protect the Environment. Her creative process aims to be sustainable, minimising wastage, and she uses recycled and recyclable plastic free packaging.
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Blessed Unrest
Edinburgh
Blessed Unrest’s range of hand printed textiles for interior and fashion products make an immediate impact. The complex and skilled layering of imagery and considered colour palette work together to express a bold, maverick style. Lorna's textile designs translate beautifully across popular interior products like cushions, light shades, wall hangings and wall paper as well as scarves, bags and smaller fashion accessories. Working with photographic and hand drawn motifs Lorna considers the spaces between the imagery as much as the images themselves. The designs have versatility in scale and complexity, translating to many light and heavier weight natural fabrics.
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