Textile printing UK
We're desperately awaiting degree show season – that time of year when we get to see what all those bright young things are coming up with and to fill our boots with ideas. In the mean time here are some designers who are guaranteed to get you inspired.
Charlotte Linton is a London-based print designer, illustrator and fashion writer. Charlotte launched the Charlotte Linton Scarf label back in 2009, and his since been creating seasonal collections of bold and beautiful scarves, produced using a combination of hand-drawing and digital fabric printing techniques.
Emily Millichip and Gabriella Marcella of Risotto Studio have recently collaborated on . These striking prints were printed by Edinburgh's BeFab Be Creative which makes this a Make Works love triangle.
Emily Millichip is an independent fashion designer manufacturing bespoke and custom pieces. You can check out her listing on Make Works here
Risotto Studio is a Risograph design and print studio.
BeFab Be Creative are a Reactive Digital Fabric Printing Bureau.
Kristi O'Meara is a painter and graphic designer, as well as being one of the founders of, a textile and design studio in Chicago. Kristi has also just completed her first publication, Kristi produces a range of homeware including cushions, bags and robes in daring and other-worldly patterns.
This is a collection of scarves designed by and
Native Flok is an Edinburgh-based upholstery service. This piece features fabric designed by artist Rowan Leckie, which was digitally printed by . This collaboration was part of the
Native Flok is listed on Make Works and you can check out
As part of Grayson's exhibition at The National Portrait Gallery titled 'Who are you?' He designed this silk scarf named 'The Ashford Hijab' The image is a snapshot taken from the narrative of the life of Kayleigh Khosravi and her four children who live in Ashford, Kent.
Sophie Collom is a London-based Textile designer who works with BeFab Be Creative and is featured on Printed & Co. She mainly works with watercolour and gouache using muted, pastel and grey tones.
Printed & Co is a curated collection of surface pattern and fabric designers. If you're looking to start a project with printed fabric, can't find what you're looking for in the shops and don't have the inclination to design it yourself, is a great resource. They sell a range of fabrics by the meter, printed on Silk, Cotton, Bamboo and Linen. BeFab Be Creative run Printed & Co, and also print all of the fabric.