These Times -How We Maintained Focus
Tabitha celebrates in Brighton.
Her knitting takes center stage.
These Time and How We Maintained Focus
Welcome to Aimee’s party.
Just bring a pigeon
So exciting to see the latest 1st year work.
The quality of work benefitted from, and reflects the influence of, all the disciplines studied over the past year.
It’s now time to choose the most appropriate subject area in which to specialise.
Exciting times -so many choices and options.
Natalie Kelly (Third year student Textile Design for Fashion and Interior) wins the company award in recognition of the high standard achieved in a project related to the knitting industry.
Natalie will graduate alongside her contemporaries this June.The show is open to the public.You too are invited.
Come along and see a wealth of talent across all disciplines.
From 10th June 2017
We continue to work with industry to broaden the student experience.
Yesterday was no exception.
Work presented showed the depth and breadth of the wonderful textiles produced by the 3rd year TEXTILE DESIGN FOR FASHION AND INTERIORS STUDENTS
Here is a taste of the work that will be on show here, at Bath School of Art and Design, at beginning of June and again at New Designers at the end of June
Knitting talent Harriett Grist, who graduated from the course in July, is her on her stand in Brussels.
Every success Harriett.
Mood Belgium’s International trade fair for manufacturers and suppliers of fabrics, furnishings and wallpapers for interior design, bedding and upholstery
Lou Oakley-Green, one of our current third year student, has been working her socks off this holidays and thoroughly enjoying herself
Read all about it here…..
For the second year running I have had the pleasure of being involved in the interior installation for Alex James’ Cheese Hub at The Big Feastival.
Working closely with designer Amy Spicer, and Rebecca McDonald to install and create a beautiful woolly interior using products and materials donated by Cheese Hub partners Campaign for Wool.
We restyled the giant chandelier made by Wool and the Gang last year using yarns contributed by West Yorkshire Spinners to compliment The Groucho Club furniture. And, this year one of my biggest tasks was to knit, on site, a 3m x 2.5m backdrop for the DJ booth using Merino wool roving provided by Laxtons Specialist Yarns – knitted on huge poles and hand stitched with gold detail.
The Cheese Hub was packed all weekend and it was an honour to be part of such an amazing team.
You can read the Campaign for Wool write up here.