Here is a brief selection of the variety of textiles I saw, all worth investigating through their sites.
Holly Berry weaves morse code into her textiles. She also works to commission, so you can specify the message you would like. Look at her site to see her woven morse code alphabet. The scarf below spells “hold”.
Emma Jeffs had a small stand showing her intensely coloured, graphic silk scarves; there is however, a much larger operation including innovative digitally cut window film and wall treatments.Wallace Sewell have been established since 1990 and their work spans both fashion and interiors as demonstrated on their stand at Design Junction. Due to the space constraints they mainly showed small pieces.The subtlety and handle of Leto & Ariadne‘s woven silk scarves is understated but no less seductive for that
I’ve already written about Kiran Ravilious, who has extended her collection – it was good to see her showing too.All photos shown here are from the makers’ websites as I certainly wasn’t going to disturb them when busy.