The Clothworker’s Company

This year’s graduate Amber Sorayapour has been showing her collection at Premiervision https://www.premierevision.com/en/

Selected by Texselect to show her portfolio to industry, she had great success too by winning the Clothworkers Interior prize

Amber is featured here on the right alongside Bath Spa MA graduate Emma Fallon who was selected to show her weave portfolio.Well done both Bath Students.

Sarah Wilkinson

This year’s graduate Sarah Wilkinson has a show of her work opening in Glastonbury from 10th October for two months.

Redbrick Building, Morland Enterprise Park, Morland Road, Glastonbury, BA6 9FT.

Buy Sarah’s smaller pieces here.

https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/SarahWilkinsondesign

It’s well worth a visit to this beautiful part of the world and to top it off by seeing this beautiful work .

Congratulations Sarah.

Sarah is an emerging textile designer, whose work has an innovative and distinctive style and approach to both her painting and design. Sarah studyed for BA (Hons) in Textile Design for Fashion and interiors at Bath Spa University. Passionate about colour and print, she specialises in large scale, hand painted wall and floor art.

With an ability to adapt her skills between painting and textiles, she utilises her bold designs in a variety of textile processes. Sarah takes her inspiration predominantly from human and animal forms, or intricate details from nature, translating them into stylised paintings that are rich in colour, with a playful composition and narrative.

Sarah works from her studio in Bristol, designing for her own brand and working on freelance projects such as the recent SS19 collection with Circleline design studio in London. Sarah’s work was featured at premier vision 2019 as part of the main fabric forums. 

Craftspace

In:site Festival 2019. September 2019 which took place in Birmingham UK city centre, in the grounds of St Philip’s Cathedral.

The public engaged with a selected group of designer/ makers from across the UK, and beyond, who were showing, demonstrating and sharing their craft skills.


They worked with clay, fabric, yarn and wood/acrylic.
I was thrilled to meet up with this year’s graduate Ryoji Morimoto before he returns to Japan next week. ✈️
He had produced such beautiful, coloured, engaging prints that it drew people in to have a closer 👀 .
They immediately began to stitch their favourite good luck symbol onto a working quilt.
The very best of luck 🍀 Ryoji on your career path as it unfolds in Japan
Thank you for being the most generous, kind, talented and thoughtful person during your three years with us in Bath.
Our loss is 🇯🇵 gain.


This opportunity is brought to the city each year by Craftspace.
Read all about them here http://www. craftspace.co.uk/about