Textiles and Leather

Textiles and Leather

The term 'textiles' refers to any material made of interlacing fibres. Fibres were successfully made into fabric as far back as the stone Age. Textiles remain central to our lives and are at the heart of the world's largest industries. The work of Guild members using textiles as their chosen medium incorporates a wide variety of materials and techniques - from loom woven, hand braided and knitted yarns to embroidered and manipulated fabrics, stitched plant papers, silk batik and rag rugs.

Victoria Baker

Victoria Baker

Stitched Textiles


Jo Dewar

Jo Dewar

Contemporary Textile and Wire Artist


Lucy Gell

Lucy Gell

Printmaker


Alison Dupernex

Alison Dupernex

Knitted Textiles


Elizabeth Kemp

Elizabeth Kemp

Textile Designer


Stephanie Kemp

Stephanie Kemp

Woven Textiles


Tony Muckle

Tony Muckle

Woodblock Printer


Rachel Stowe

Rachel Stowe

Textile Designer


Jenni Stuart-Anderson

Jenni Stuart-Anderson

Contemporary Rag Rugs


Sarah Walker

Sarah Walker

Stitched Paper Lampshades


Anna Yevtukh

Anna Yevtukh

Bookbinder, Designer and Restorer