Susan Neil

I have always been fascinated by textiles and clothing. Not just the physical stuff, the way it looks and feels; but its social and cultural significance. The way it carries the history of the wearer. I loved the flamboyance of hats from childhood and trained as a...

Anna White

A lifelong maker, across a variety of media, I always returned to thread, yarn, and fabric. Following careers in travel and tourism and later piano teaching, I started more formal textile art studies at Morley College, which introduced me to techniques I had never...

Sarah McAlister

I am a mixed media textile artist and my experience includes millinery, weaving, spinning, dying, knitting, sewing (hand and machine), lacemaking, lino, screen and block printing. At the moment, my art explores the concept of place and suburban cultural heritage.  I...

Marilyn Williams

My background as an Art Teacher enabled me to work closely with the Textile and Design Technology Departments, developing projects together, resulting in an interest in a wide range of skills and materials.This led to a years secondment in D.T. My obsession with...

Sanae Saragai

Growing up in my native Japan, I was surrounded by the creations of my mother who was a dressmaker. This inspired me to become an artist and designer. Combining my mothers inspiration with various Japanese traditions, I became inspired to use these motifs in my work,...

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