Starting Today: These Times


In light of the world pandemic Bath School of Design are undertaking immediate steps to ensure that, although working remotely, our design students are engaged, focussed and supported in their studies.

From now, until this situation rights itself, and we are able to interact socially, we’ll be dedicating the blog to how our Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors students are coping and making the very best of what they have.

Of course, they’re some of the most creative people around, what else would you expect ?

This first blog post celebrates how, within 6 days, they travelled home, some across the world, and set up studio immediately, ready to throw themselves back into work and start creating immediately

We salute you. You tenacious, talented people.


Yay! Well Done Danielle

Danielle is an alumni of Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors

See Danielle’s site here

WOW! I still can’t believe this. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
When it was announced last year that I was shortlisted for Ones to Watch 2020 – Female Business Leader, I thought it was a scam junk email 🙈. I just couldn’t believe it. So to find out it was real and I’d not only been shortlisted but ended up winning my category was a complete shock!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
This is a huge achievement for me and DND as my first award, I’m so excited to see where this year will take me now.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
A massive thank you to the @princes_trust_bristol who nominated me and for Enterprising West for the award 🏆



working in this printroom. Enjoying the colour, pattern, fabric and creating your own designs

Two print tables, ready to go
Prepare your colours in the dye baths or prepare

to print
Exposing your own screens ready to print metres of fabric for fashion or interiors.
Steaming once printed will fix the print to the cloth.
Using the the right size screen for the job will help you create the design of your choice