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This collection reflects on the traditions of rural craft, inspired by farmers smocks and embroidered samplers seen at the Museum of Rural Life in Reading. Crafted from deconstructed antique linen sheets, the cushions are traditionally woven on a narrow loom and joined in the middle with a seam, then hand finished with a French knot detail using wool thread.
Each pleat has been meticulously sewn along the grain of the fabric using a sewing machine and industrial steam iron.
The MakerAimee BettsTextile Artist - South East England
Aimee Betts is a embroidery and textile designer specialising in traditional forms of stitching, knotting and fabric manipulation, which she translates into the contemporary design. Aimee’s versatile abilities have been applied widely – from textiles, to lighting and architectural installations. Graduating in Mixed Media Textiles from the RCA, Aimee works as a Specialist Stitch Technician at Chelsea College of Art & Design. She is also an alumnus of the Crafts Council UK Hothouse programme.
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