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Eve Campbell
Tighnabruaich, Argyll, Scotland
With an interest in creating surface pattern inspired by Scottish nature and architecture Eve Campbell creates printed wallhangings and ceramic tiles. Through paper stencilling and screen printing her prints capture the colours, shapes and patterns of nature on Scotland's West Coast. Eve graduated in Textile Design from The Glasgow School of Art in 2018 before setting up a small print studio in Tighnabruaich on the West Coast of Scotland. From there she create my textiles and ceramics, interpreting nature in abstract form for homes and spaces.
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Shaun James
Cardiff Wales
The name 'Things in the Studio' developed out of the way in which I produce my prints, and my artwork in general. My studio is full to the brim with stuff. Bits and pieces that I have acquired over time and that have come to accumulate in my space. These things are the material of my work. My practice revolves around and moves forward through my interactions with this stuff. My making happens in reaction to these collected materials; these objects, these fragments that surround me and inform me. The way that I make things is through mutual dialogue with these materials. A lot of the time that just means playing and seeing what happens. Things seem to eventually come together.
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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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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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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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Niki Fulton
Edinburgh, Scotland
Niki Fulton designs botanical, geometric and abstract prints for her range of scarves and ties. The Horizon Collection is inspired by the wild beauty of the Hebridean landscape fused with a Japanese sense of order and space, The Geometric Collection by architecture and poetry and The Leonardo Collection by colour symbolism in Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper painting. Her work has been stocked in V&A Dundee, Royal Academy of Arts London, National Galleries of Scotland and Watanabe Tokyo. Read the story behind each print to discover which one resonates with you.
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Migs Textiles
Edinburgh, Scotland
I make small collections of simple women’s clothing from my home studio in Edinburgh. I often work with acid dyes and silk noil, a combination I love as it produces rich vibrant colours and soft warm textures. I start my designs in a sketchbook, using paint to figure out colour combination and ratio. I then dye my fabrics using a dip-dye technique to create gradients of colour. The shape of my tops is influenced by the simple elegant cut of a Japanese kimono, this pattern enables me to use the whole width of the fabric thus creating very little waste. For fabrication I work with small batch manufacturer Kalopsia Collective.
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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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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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Jenny Martin
Portobello, Edinburgh
Jenny Martin is an artist who makes screen prints and lino cut prints. Using vibrant colour and pattern, Jenny is inspired by the places and things that surround her; from her house, cat, and collection of patterned ceramics to the coastal landscape close to where she lives. Her prints are richly layered and combine her love of drawing and colour. For Glow, she will be showing a selection of small framed works and unframed pieces in browsers.
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Surface Art
Sydney Australia
“A contemporary spin on timeless design”After studying textile design at the Scottish College of Textiles, specialising in print design, I moved to Sydney in the 1990s where I worked for Australian artist Ken Done.The labels Surface Art, Essaye share a common “thread” – they’re all about the fabric.Surface Art and Essaye designs are inspired by nature and objects, as well as popular art and design movements, the colours and light of Australia…… and of course we proudly make all products right here in Sydney!
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Clarabunda
Edinburgh
Clarabunda is an illustration artist of places creating art work to spark conversation and connect people to familiar places in Scotland, primarily Edinburgh where she grew up. Her prints and products are designed thoughtfully using a unique colour palette to share the city and country under a different light. 90% of Clarabunda's products are made from organic, recycled materials and support slow and sustainable fashion giving a little back to the planet. You can find her work across coasters, tea towels, cushion covers and other products too, for both locals and visitors from afar.
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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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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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Irregular Sleep Pattern
Glasgow
Bedding and sleepwear for sartorial extroverts. Designed in Glasgow, manufactured in Portugal. Organic ∆ Ethical ∆ Fabulous!
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Clarabella Christie
Dunfermline
Clarabella Christie is a Fife based awarded design studio specialising in luxury colourful design-led homewares and accessories. Established in 2007 the brand is an ever growing collection of playful printed pieces which draws inspiration from the studio’s surrounding architecture. In the summer of 2021 Claire launched her first ever clothing line Claire launched her first ever clothing line, this handmade small collection of Made-to-Order garments focus’s on craftmanship, sustainability and simple versatile silhouettes.
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Red Ruby Rose
Big Sand, Gairloch, Ross-Shire, Scotland
I wade through boggy lochans and poke my camera into ditches to capture the tiny floral jewels and treasures that make up the macro landscapes of North West Scotland. This hands-on approach to image making translates onto fine digitally printed dupion silks and sumptuous velvets, capturing the photographic detail of mosses, shells, lichens and delicate peatland wild flowers. Every fabric piece is handmade into bags, clutches and accessories by my own hands, using my vintage Husqvarna sewing machine.
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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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Jenni Douglas Design Studio
Pathhead
Hi, Im Jenni and I create a wide range of modern, distinctive home gifts and accessories from my design studio and workshop in rural Midlothian. I love printmaking and illustration and my designs start out as hand pressed linocuts and drawings which I turn into prints, patterns and products. My products are made using as many locally sourced, sustainable and recyclable materials as possible, and she works mainly with local suppliers and manufacturers.
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Marianne Hazlewood
Carlops, Penicuk
Marianne Hazlewood is an RHS Gold award-winning botanical artist, represented by the Open Eye Gallery in Edinburgh. She loves colour, detail, pattern and structure, and likes to work with unusual plants. She creates original botanical watercolour paintings and pen & ink drawings and then creates limited (& non ltd) Giclee prints of these in a range of sizes from small to large. She has a range of associated greetings cards and also creates screen-prints in small limited runs. Marianne aims to “Green the Grey” and highlight the beauty and fascinating structures found in the plant world.
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Paper Houses Design
Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Paper Houses Design is a textiles lifestyle brand, creating bold patterns on everyday products by Mhairi Allan. It starts with a wander, looking for inspiration often from man-made structures in the landscape. These overlooked structures are explored through media and developed into patterns. The new collection FORM looked at brutalist elements, these are often thought of as harsh and ugly but perceptions can change when forms swap textures or alter colour. All collections are made consciously, honing craft knowledge and modern technology to be sustainable. Patterns are designed to transcend seasons and products are created to be practical.
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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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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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Tablet+HAAR
Crail, Fife, Scotland
Tablet+HAAR is the print studio run by surface pattern designer Katie Ebben Smith. She specializes in hand screen printed products - printing mostly on natural linen, felt and paper- using environmentally friendly water-based inks. She is influenced by the coastal landscape of the beautiful East Neuk and has a passion for vibrant colour. Her most recent work has been inspired by her cut flower garden and the fields surrounding Crail. Her work includes wall hangings, soft furnishings and accessories as well as well as fine art prints. She named her studio after two of her great loves: the haar – which rolls in land creating a mysterious atmosphere that she finds inspiring and Scottish tablet, which makes her teeth ache but just one square inch keeps her happily pulling screens for hours.
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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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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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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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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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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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Lynn Hanley
Edinburgh
My niave style paintings are cheerful and full of colour and detail. My background in textile design means that colour, pattern and detail is a constant inspiration in my paintings of Edinburgh and Leith. I produce prints and greetings cards from them and have recently branched out into developing a select range of up market giftware including textiles and tableware.
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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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Babs Pease
Perthshire
As an artist/printmaker based in Perthshire, it is the beautiful flora and fauna of the surrounding countryside that are the main inspirations for my work. I use a variety of printmaking techniques but mainly the relief print method, hand carving and hand printing linoleum to create delicate single or multi-coloured limited edition prints. Along with my linocut prints there will also be a selection of greeting cards and gifts all based on my original designs and artwork.
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