Sample 12 exhibition. The exhibition opened to the public on Saturday but it remains open until Friday 22nd June. If you are in the West Yorkshire area come and have a look at the amazing work that the Textile Crafts graduate’s work. 

Sample 12 exhibition. The exhibition opened to the public on Saturday but it remains open until Friday 22nd June. If you are in the West Yorkshire area come and have a look at the amazing work that the Textile Crafts graduate’s work. 

These are some images of hand embellishment on a piece i have been doing for the exhibition. It is on gold Dupion Silk, embellished with bronze threads and 3mm sequins and 2mm metal beads. it is intricate work you need a lot of patience to do it but it is so satisfying and the effect is amazing afterwards. 

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Lately I’ve been blogging very rarely, this is because I’m in my final year (and now final week!) of my degree in textile crafts!  So all my blogging at the moment is for the official degree show run up blog!

Would YOU like to see a blog recording the journey of 20 textile crafts students towards finishing their degree?  With work spanning product, design, textile art, craftivism, installation, jewellery, interior design, traditional techniques, new technology, there’s a lot to be inspired by!

This very morning we’ve started to put the degree show up.  It’s a scary time for all of us!  Help us feel better by following our blog here!

And if you can and you’re in the Yorkshire area, come to our degree show!  We’ll be running workshops the whole time it’s open.

This blog will also run after the show to show you what the recent graduates are getting up to making their way in the big and scary craft, design and arts world.

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Glamping at fforest in wales. Amazing! I can just imagine a wedding tent like that with my designs on it.