Things are getting colourful
Creating fantastical yarns to develop and manipulate into knit and construction. Go, go, go the first years!
Aliumni of TDFI, Tamara Vodden’s beautiful work for sale in Australian
The 1st yrs are researching inventive ways to make ‘yarn’. Based on research through drawing, and working with found and recycled materials, the students are busily creating fantasy yarns which will eventually be again translated into practical textile outcomes
The 3rd year students are showing their work in a fabulous new ‘gallery’ space at Newton Park Bath
The opening reception saw designers, academics, writers, collectors and the public, gather to admire the decor and the student’s contribution.
Always well ahead of the game the 2nd year Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors have been forecasting what will be on trend for next winter.
Here you see fabulous items, designed and made by the talented students, already prepared to sell at the renowned
Bath Christmas Market in December.
Just what you come across on a whizz around the studios at night!
Alumni Lydia has taken the plunge, after working in industry for a number of years, to work in a freelance capacity
She is available for commissions and can be contacted here
Here is her latest work for Dorma.
Traditional but forward thinking at the same time.
Bath School of Art and Design
The 3rd year students continue to impress.