Creating fantastical yarns to develop and manipulate into knit and construction. Go, go, go the first years!
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
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
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