A little textile inspiration from my YouTube Textile Collection. Today it features the beautiful embroidery and beadwork of Tabitha Aimee Buckley.
How does the landscape inspire embroidery art? Tabitha Aimee Buckley – a recent Textile Design Graduate from Falmouth University – shares how she creates one of her iconic handmade buttons, inspired by the rugged Cornish landscape. Tabitha was a recipient of an Embroiderers’ Guild Graduate Award 2019/20. She started stitching as an Embroiderers’ Guild Young Embroiderer at the age of 10.
Catriona explains how she designs & creates her detailed costumes for film & TV. She shares the process she utilised to develop the costume for ‘Brimstone’ – a character from ‘Daughter of Smoke and Bone’ by Laini Taylor – she shares her samples which include a variety of needlework techniques such as digital embroidery, hand & free-machine embroidery, crochet, smocking, goldwork & beading. Catriona received an Embroiderers’ Guild Graduate 2019 Award & exhibited at New Designers 2019 in London.
Couture Embroiderer, Rosie Gee, guides us through her sketch book & explains the design process she takes from creating an initial sketch through to hand stitching the embellishment. Rosie is a recent graduate specialising in couture hand embroidery and is amongst the 25 international finalists of the Hand & Lock Prize For Embroidery 2019 for emerging hand embroidery talent in fashion and textiles. Recipient of an Embroiderers’ Guild Graduate Award 2019/20 and a graduate from BCU Textile Design currently working at Ralph & Russo.