Confident and enthusiastic Textile Design graduate. I am passionate about colour, line and pattern.
I specialise in hand printed and digital surface design mainly for interiors and home accessories but my designs are flexible and can be applied to fashion, giftwrap, greeting cards and anything else that is Read More...
My graduate project is inspired by tea. Tea is synonymous with the British culture ‘A nice cuppa after a long day at work, or a posh Tea Party at the Ritz’. It’s all very British and I wanted to create a fun and quirky project in
In researching current trends it became aparent to me that the 'Make, Do & Mend' motto of World War II was making a comeback. With a resurgance in this idea of making do; re using and recycling, I felt the theme would be very fitting with the
A hand printed collection of fabrics and papers; this project was inspired by the shapes & patterns within shells. Living very close to the beach, I collected a range of shells which I drew inspiration from including the colour
Focusing on fabric manipulation I was inspired by Japanese origami and experimented folding fabrics in interesting ways. Using heat transfer, I applied dyes to the exposed areas of the folded samples. In contrast to the regemented folds of or
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