Inspired by the movement of moths with their dusty tones and attraction to light these threads combine both elements by catching the light!
.Designer: Valerie Hegarty
2007 Museum 52, London
Seascape, Guild & Greyshkul
Landscaping, Guild & Greyshkul
.Pieces: sculptural pieces focusing on destruction.
.Designer: Deborah Bowness
.Exhibitions/ links: http://www.deborahbowness.com/
.Pieces: amazing selections of wallpaper, using photography of inanimate objects.
.Designer: Studio Koya
.Pieces: creates uniquely shaped garments
.Designer: Lindsay Taylor
.Pieces: amazing sculptural pieces, as well as piece of jewellery combining nature and embroidery.
.Designer: Linda Colsh
.Pieces: print work that involves textured backgrounds, usually with a figure in the image.
.Designer: Melissa Zexter
.Pieces: a combination of photography and embroidery to create textured pieces with added meaning a depth.
.Designer: Jillian Hurst
.pieces: in response to the environment she creates textile pieces to improve the well-being of disabled children.
.Designer: Emma Wigginton
.pieces: focuses on manipulating stitch to create textile pieces.
Designer: Celia Birtwell
.Pieces: creates gorgeous wallpaper and fabrics inspired by different era’s.
.Designer: Lesley Richmond
.Pieces: beautifully produced wall hangings and artwork inspired by nature
.Designer: Kirsty Whitlock
.Piece: uses mix media and experiments with stitch.
.Designer: Helen Edwards
.pieces: tactile, mix media, products