Tag: textile

Lynn Setterington Embroidery

Lynn Setterington Embroidery

Lynn Setterington is an internationally recognised artist working in the textiles arena, most notably quilts and hand stitched cloths. Over the last decade she has worked on a number of large public engagement projects and collaborations with diverse groups.

Lauren DiCioccio: Embroideries of the Life

Lauren DiCioccio: Embroideries of the Life

One need a great imagination, skill and a good sense of humour to make a such funny and elaborate things like Lauren DiCioccio does. The objects from everyday life are brought in her embroidered world through the thread and needles. It helps us to see the world in different dimensions.

Mandy Pattullo’s Fabric Story

Mandy Pattullo’s Fabric Story

Mandy Pattullo aim is to create pieces which would make the viewer look again at old textiles which might be past their use by date. She is particularly passionate about very worn old patchwork quilts which were often made of old dressmaking off-cuts, old clothing and tailor’s samples. Mandy has carefully re-examined the quilts, often unpicking them completely into their original scraps, and to discover hidden layers and sometimes even other worn quilts inside.

Join Mandy Besek’s Tribe

Join Mandy Besek’s Tribe

Mandy Besek is a young textile jewelry designer and she creates crazy things that people fall in love with. She love big, crazy tribal jewelry that makes you feel like a super hero.

Moho Design, A Polish Design Pride

Moho Design, A Polish Design Pride

Moho design, the specialists in innovative rug, with unique work that was recognised by Wallpaper in 2006 in the best textile category. Moho is a Polish creative studio motivated by their passion for design with a spontaneous and fresh approach to the skill of contemporary rug creation.

The Felt Creations

The Felt Creations

You put your new woolen sweater in a washing machine and it shrinks at least 4 sizes? Hmmm… Not a nice thought, but maybe you can learn something new out of it. That is felting, and, actually, you can create amazing stuff – jewelry, clothing, bags, shoes and nice toys for your child.

Lia Cook’s Computerised Jacquard Weaving

Lia Cook’s Computerised Jacquard Weaving

Lia Cook’s extraordinary textile works are valued among collectors and Museums as the most exciting in her genre. Lia’s newest works include Dollface. When woven into this large scale, a kind of alchemy takes place in which the image comes to life, innocent but somehow menacing or even accusing in a way that ceaselessly fascinating.

Betty Pepper’s Textile Jewelry

Betty Pepper’s Textile Jewelry

Betty Pepper is a textile/jewellery designer maker. In her effort to find that elusive something which makes an object desirable and somewhat ‘magical’ she explores different media and techniques in both two and three-dimensions.

Modern Rugs: Emma At Home

Modern Rugs: Emma At Home

Emma Gardner designs beautiful things for the home. Her award-winning collections are infused with her uniquely American and contemporary point of view. Born in Kyoto, Japan to an English father and Russian-American mother, she grew up in New York City and now lives in Northern California. Asian themes, modern art and natural forms are all evident inspiration in the quality products under her emma gardner design and emma at home brands.

Kaffe Fassett Studio: A Designs for Joy and Happiness

Kaffe Fassett Studio: A Designs for Joy and Happiness

Kaffe Fassett has inspired people across the world with his colourful work in fabric, knitting, needlepoint, patchwork, painting and mosaic.

Kaffe Fassett was born in San Francisco in 1937. When he was 19, he won a scholarship to the Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston, but left after three months to paint in London. He settled in England in 1964.