We love Instagram! In 2017, we made a conscious decision to focus on our favourite social media platform, and have really enjoyed sharing images, not only of our own products, but of the artisans who weave for us and their locality, homes, buildings and interiors that inspire us, or speak to us, and art and design that we admire.Read More
Last week we installed an exhibition of our textile pieces at our friend Carole Waller's gallery, Waller & Wood, in the beautiful city of Bath in SW England.
Carole owns the gallery with her potter husband, Gary Wood, and the juxtaposition of our cushions, quilts, blankets and towels with Carole's hand-painted and hand printed clothing, and Gary's beautiful stoneware, was a winning combination.
Stitch by Stitch wishes all our friends and customers the very best for 2016!Read More
London is currently celebrating all things Indian, chiefly due to the V&A’s India Festival and landmark textile exhibition The Fabric of India, which I'm visiting later this week - can't wait! (I'll be writing a post about it next week). But recently Graham and I paid a visit to a small exhibition at Joss Graham’s gallery, focussed on textiles and costume from Kutch, the area of western Gujarat where our artisan weavers and embroiderers are based, or originate from.Read More
We're looking forward to exhibiting again at Maison et Objet in Paris at the beginning of September. It's always a bit of a mad dash to get everything ready at the end of the summer, but we always feel energised after our holidays and ready to put our all into the business again!Read More