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Folk and Festival Costume of the WorldRead MoreJuly 3, 2021

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Across the world people dress to celebrate culture and identity.

Morley College Textile Foundation showRead MoreJuly 3, 2021

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This week Morley College Foundation class opened their new show.

Discovering Textiles - The Tree of LifeRead MoreJuly 3, 2021

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In 2015 Edric Ong and Manjari Nirula created an exhibition that focused on The Tree of Life, celebrated throughout the world.

Article of the week - number sixty-seven - Apollo and Daphne by Ian Hamilton FinlayRead MoreJuly 3, 2021

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This week's highlighted article is a print by Ian Hamilton Finlay, the Scottish poet, designer and sculptor.

Natural dyeing - the 21st Century wayRead MoreJuly 3, 2021

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The textile industry is changing fast as consumers demand better work conditions and more environmentally-friendly practices.

Discovering Textiles - Kesi from China Read MoreJune 26, 2021

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In China's Qing Dynasty it took five weavers at lest three years to make an imperial robe.

The Loom Room Read MoreJune 26, 2021

This week I have been very proud to be featured on The Loom Room.

Article of the week - number sixty-six - an embroidered decalRead MoreJune 26, 2021

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This week's piece from the collection is a decal by artist Adam Bridgland.

Drawing from traditions - Igshaan AdamsRead MoreJune 26, 2021

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Igshaan Adams is a South African artist from Cape Town who interweaves traditional practices to explore identity, sexuality and meaning.

Waulking songsRead MoreJune 26, 2021

Finishing tweed was once a communal activity in the isles.