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.
More beautiful work by alumni Elle for Cath Kidston
Alumni Tabbitha Cottrell aka tabbyrabbit is selling her beautiful work at Exeter Cathedral Christmas Market until 17th December
and catch her too for one day at Frome Market 3rd December
click here for this one!
The 3rd year students are busy preparing to have a fantastic week selling their products at Bath Chrismas Market
They’ve been making the most beautiful items ranging from cards, to bags to accessories to fabrics to ………
They will be really happy to chat about their work and the course they are studying.
We’ll be there between Monday 4th December- Sunday 10th December.
Add it to your diary now!
Well not quite but it is the end of this assignment for the second years!
Product ready for sales
Two of our alumni are delighted to be working as interns for Selvedge magazine in London.They are gaining valuable experience in all aspects of textile product and marketing.
An added bonus is being involved with the up and coming Artisan Christmas Market being held at The American Museum in Britain,in Bath.
For more details click here
For more details click here
Selvedge will launch the festive season with an artisan Christmas fair at Bath’s American
Museum in Britain.
A curated selection of 33 artisans and small businesses will sell vintage haberdashery, festive
decorations, home wares, collections of antique textiles and textiles from all over the world, all
in the historic setting of The American Museum’s Coach House and Stables.
From special fabric for new creations to the perfect Christmas present, Selvedge’s Artisan
Christmas will be a place for festive inspiration and indulgence. The fair will give visitors the
chance to buy special, handcrafted artisan products ranging from £5 to £500 and the
opportunity to meet and talk to the talented people who created them. Highlights include
Our constructed textiles lecturer Claire-Anne O’Brien’s shows her work at Dublin Castle
Bath School of Art and Design lecturer in constructed textiles Claire-Anne O’Brien continues with her own practice.
With Makers and Brothers based in Ireland Claire-Anne is offering her knitted animals for sale.Take a look!
There’s still time if you’re quick to catch SHOWCASE
So many beautiful, individually designed and made products to see and buy.
Each item is unique and will make thoughtful, treasured gifts and presents.
Come along to support the creative industries and help make a young designers day.