News & Events: Embroidery

  1. Seven Scottish Patterns at SOFA, Chicago

    Textile designer, Morag MacPherson will be unveiling a series of bright patchwork kimono wall hangings at the Sculpture Objects Functional Art + Design Fair (SOFA) in Chicago 7 – 9 November 2014.

  2. Cornershop by Lucy Sparrow

    Sunday 31 August 2014 is the last day that Lucy Sparrow’s felt filled Cornershop installation in Bethnal Green, London will be open for business before moving on to Brighton in October 2014.

  3. Lucy Sparrow Opens Cornershop

    Cornershop by Lucy Sparrow is open 10-7 everyday 2-31 August, Bethnal Green, London. The wares on offer are all made from felt, over 4,000 hand stitched grocery items are for sale.

  4. Fine Cell Work

    Pentreath & Hall launch their new range of geometric needlework cushions in conjunction withFine Cell Work at London Design Festival.

  5. Threads at Museum Arnhem

    Museum Arnhem in The Netherlands is currently holding an exhibition entitled ‘Threads’, which feature works from more than 20 international artists and designers in which the medium of thread or textiles play a prominent role

  6. FABRICation: Textiles for Pleasure

    FABRICation is a touring exhibition featuring the work of seven artists, based in America all of whom ‘incorporate a textile sensibility’ in their practice.

  7. Artist Textiles at the TextielMuseum Tilburg

    ‘Artist Textiles. Picasso to Warhol’, which recently showed at the Fashion and Textile Museum London, has moved to the TextielMuseum Tilburg. Offering the fascinating history of artist textiles within Europe and America from the last century, the show is a visual treat for lovers of art, textiles, fashion and interiors. Textiles designed by Dali, Miro,… Read more »

  8. COVER at New Designers 2014, London

    COVER’s stand at New Designers, Part 1, was a huge success with copies of our Summer issue running out before the close of the show. Our youngest visitor was the brother of Luna Bella Samuels, who stopped by to show off some of big sister’s  marketing campaign – temporary tattoos. Inspired by architecture and geometry,… Read more »

  9. Clerkenwell Design Week 2014

    This May Clerkenwell Design Week saw record visitor numbers as over 20,000 people attended the three-day event. We saw inspiring rugs, textiles and furnishings with global design influences spread throughout the London design district.

  10. Quilts: Things We Do in Bed

    Curated by bestselling novelist Tracy Chevalier, the exhibition ‘Things We Do in Bed’ at Danson House in Bexleyheath, Kent, is a display of quilts and quilt related works dating from the 18th century to contemporary pieces

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