We Make Classics Modern

We’ve been researching classic textile designs and structures for ten years and ways to make them modern. This process has brought hundreds of…

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We Help Schoolchildren Design Their Own Fabric

We’ve been busy teaching children how to create bespoke patterns for themselves so that as they grow up they are fully equipped to…

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We Enable New Stories

We’re always thrilled to see the crowds gather for…

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We Host the Best Designers

We’re busy giving young designers the most affordable space in which to develop and nurture their practice. Our resident designers are…

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Simple A-Line Pattern Stripes

We’re loving all the colour at Novis, New York. We spotted this stunning A-line skirt with four bold…

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Patch Pockets

We’re loving all the mix ‘n’ match print and denim inspiration at Tsumori Chisato, Japan, this week…

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What’s Your Applique?

We still love this silhouette by Schiaparelli from FW2016 so…

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Patchwork Rainwear

Have you tried this? Visit your local textile recyclers to collect some waterproof fabrics to…

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Edeltrud Hofman Refashions Old Silk Stock

It’s summertime and we’re still loving Masayo Kishi’s silk blouse collection made from…

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Bode SS18

Today in the studio we’re loving Emily Bode’s new menswear…

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From Painting to Blouse

Discover how to print your own with us at the PANTONE TROPICAL REPEATS IN PHOTOSHOP WORKSHOP broadcast live online and at Textiles Hub London!

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Upcycled Kintsugi Collection

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Sheer Embroidery

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Fantasy Embroidery

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LACE JUTE?

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SPRAY PAINT SEQUINS?

Inspired?

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ADD-ON SEQUIN PANEL?

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CUT AND COLLAGE?

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INSIDE OUT STITCH AND APPLIQUE?

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STG Members Feature in Stylus

Slow Textiles Group members were interviewed about their vision and promotion of the cultural shift in re-animating making, revitalising education, sharing and upskilling collectively, relational working methods and their positive health and entrepreneurial effects. Look out for it here Stylus.

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On the Myth of the Authentic

China copied Dutch copied Indonesian wax-printed textiles designed exclusively for the West African market over a period of 350 years. “From the 17th century onwards batiks made their appearance in West Africa. They became more widespread during the 19th century when several thousand freed slaves from the Dutch East Indian Army that had served in…

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Future Publications

Each of our workshops will have its own publication describing the content and dialogue that took place and will be FREE to members: To be launched soon!

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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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