“Let’s Protest Patchwork!”

The mix ‘n’ match patchwork theme that we saw at Tsumori Chisato continues this autumn at Dior…

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How’re Your Patches Coming Along?

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Italy Goes Max Out Brit Style

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Fantasy Embroidery

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FLORAL EMBROIDERY AND PRINT?

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HOW WILL YOU WEAR YOURS?

With embroidered patches all over the international catwalks for Fall 2016, why not learn to make your own with machine-embroidery and hand-stitch with us on 16th April at 1.30pm at Textiles Hub London and webinar?

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MCQUEEN FALL 2016 SHOW

Sarah Burton’s collection for Alexander McQueen (Fall16) is quintessentially British. In yesterday’s show, we were presented with a mix of evening party glamour, moonlit boudoir and punk constraint.

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SCANDI EMBROIDERED PRINTS

Workshop on Saturday 19th March 2016 at 1.30pm (GMT). BOOK HERE!

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EMROIDERY INSPIRES…

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STG Members Ready for Christopher Kane AW2013!

 Thank you to our fab Roger Vivier couture tutor, Eline le Callennec,  for teaching Saturday’s workshop in how to create Christopher Kane’s catwalk look for Autumn/Fall/Winter 2013 with couture couching and more. As always, we’re ahead of the game with our Skills Development Training and uber-talented members and tutors! Next date for Skills Development Training is August 3rd 2013…

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Learn Couture Embellishment Techniques Here on Feb 16th 2013

Image courtesy of Poszata Ltd, Hungary.     Learn how to make Richelieu lace tomorrow with Paris couture embroiderer, Eline Le Callennec and the Slow Textiles Group. This workshop is available both online and in the London studio. Just two places left! Book your place here.  White on white. Traditional French Richelieu lace in white linen.  Image…

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Slow Textiles Group Member Rachelle Francis’ Work for Paris Houses Chanel, YSL, Nina Ricci, etc!

 Rachelle Francis It’s showcase time and we’re delighted to illustrate a handful of Slow Textiles Group Member, Rachelle Francis’s stunning embroidery work and to announce that other Slow Textiles Group associates will be working with her soon to assist her busy haute couture collections preparation! Why not come to one of our many exciting events…

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Working in Groups:

Kuna women doing their applique, 2004. Slow Textiles not only generate timeless artefacts but they expand time.   Engaged in contained, communal process, time stops and all that is slow flows in.   This is our first post and our vision for the Slow Textiles platform is to offer a space, physical, mental and virtual,…

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