…of a shade of black as vivacious, complex and philosophical as its namesake.
…of a rich deep lake-coloured teal-y blue and the unexpected beauty of mussels.
…of finding spring-like yellows in midwinter.
…of the enchantments of a silver blue green yarn.
…of folk traditions in knit and sonik, and hand-made clothes and instruments.
…of the mesmeric and soothing qualities of repetition and unfolding, in both KNIT and SONIK.
…of the generative and transformative power of the cover song, and the form of the cover as a springboard to new and original creations.
…of exploring the concept as syncopation (from music) as a principle for ordering motifs within stranded colourwork design. With Missy Elliott examples.
…of attentive slow approaches to making and living.
Today is the 75th Anniversary of the first arrival – at Tilbury Dock – of the ship, the Empire Windrush. On board were 492 passengers traveling to Britain from the West Indies. This momentous arrival marked the advent of a significant era in British history – one in which thousands of people would travel from […]