Recently graduated from the Glasgow School of Art, an enthusiastic and passionate knit designer, focused on mixing different weights of yarns, colour and pattern repetition within my samples.
My final year collection is inspired by the west coast of Scotland and the history of the Clyde shipyards. I collected my Read More...
Using a 12 gauge industrial knitting machine, these samples were inspired by the bold patterns of 'Dazzle Camouflage', used by the Navy during the First World War, and from my own personal research photography. Materials used in these fi
Using the 5 Gauge knitting machine, these samples have a softer texture and an excellent drape to them due to the use of polyester embroidery thread and vision ribbon. The linear and repetitive structure of the fabric was inspired by the fleet of
Since my primary research was sourced in harbours, yahct clubs & dockyards, I wanted to incorporate the nautical theme/ concept through to my fabrics with the use of materials found on location. By using a mixture of ropes, cords & string,
I see my collection to be used for bespoke interiors, specifically for use in upholstry such as stools, unique armchairs, cushions etc. However my fabrics could also be used for fashion collections as some samples are soft and have
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