Events

Shibori Dyeing workshop, 21st of November, 19.00

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shibori dyeing workshop

On the 21st of November, 7 pm, we are going to have another Shibori textiles dyeing workshop with Liucija Textiles. Shibori is a traditional Japanese textiles dyeing technique, where by folding, tying, stitching, twisting, compressing a fabric, patterns are created.  During the workshop, while enjoying a cup of tea, we will talk about a variety of […]

Fashion

Knitted Beauties by Winter in Holland

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Winter in Holland

Today I am excited to introduce you to a Textile designer Anouk van der Laan, based in Amsterdam, who creates beautiful environmentally friendly textile products for her brand Winter in Holland. In her work artist uses natural materials, cotton and wool, to create knitted scarves and home décor items. But I am not going to tell […]

Fashion

Urban Textiles and the Beauty of Nature by Lee Coren

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Lee Coren

Is it Friday once again? How fast the time flies! I haven’t done much this lazy Friday, so I thought I should at least introduce you to another inspiring creator. This time let’s have a look at some gorgeous textiles handmade in Israel by Lee Coren. Lee Coren is a textile designer exploring the possibilities of traditional and […]

Home Decor

Modern and Stylish Woven Pieces by Mae Engelgeer

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Mae Engelgeer

Today I have something for you from one of the most beautiful cities in Europe – Amsterdam. And the inspiration comes from a textiles studio located in the city centre overlooking the canals. The studio owner Mae Engelgeer makes beautiful textiles product. Each of her handcrafted items is also a piece of art. I just […]

Fashion

Quirky Minimalism from Depeapa

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Depeapa

I have yet another great textiles inspiration for you. It is quirky but simple, with fun illustrations and minimalistic shapes. And these beautifully balanced designs are coming from Granada, Spain based company Depeapa. Verónica de Arriba is the artist behind the brand, which she established as a way to give another life to her illustrations. […]

Inspiration

3D Thread Drawings by Debbie Smyth

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Debbie Smyth

I am going to share with you something amazing, something that I fell in love with once I saw it. And that is some impressive contemporary art made by an Irish textile artist Debbie Smyth. She creates intricate 3D drawings using pins and threads. Her artworks join together illustration, drawing, textiles art and embroidery. Something […]

Home Decor

Unrestrained Colours and Structured Patterns by M.K.E.

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M.K.E.

Today I would like to introduce you to an emerging textile designer from Greece. Her name is Magdalini Kleio Eftaxiopoulou and she started her business with a brand name M.K.E just over a year ago after finishing her studies in textiles. M.K.E. designs are a beautiful combination of architectural shapes and abstract watercolour marks that […]

Ceramics

Poetic Playfulness by LileSadi

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Handmade by Lilesadi. Stylist Kate Wood

Today I have some beautiful inspiration for you from Rotterdam, the company called LileSadi. LileSadi is a textiles studio formed by twin sisters Dinah and Sarah. Together they bring beautiful products for your home interior with abstract and geometric shapes combined with pastel tones. They also make playful textiles collections for kids. Furthermore, they do […]

Fashion

Brighten up Your Autumn Days with Tas-ka

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Tas-ka

Since it is an autumn time in the Northern hemisphere I thought it would be a good idea to bring some brightness for those experiencing colder days with less sunlight. When dullness creeps in it’s nice to have some playful objects around. A great option would be having one of these beautiful items made by […]

Home Decor

No More Twist

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No More Twist

Recently I came across a collaborative home textiles studio NoMoreTwist based in Brussels, whose works are all focused on weaving and exploration of thread qualities. Their collections are born while studying the thickness, colours and textures of threads and their interaction with each other. I am impressed by the way these designers approach weaving, creating […]