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UKFT hosted a conference discussing the importance of sustainability within the UK textile industry.
The Interwoven Festival is back in Dewsbury for 2022, with wonderful performances, workshops and talks!
We are delighted to announce that we have partnered with Camira, a global fabric manufacturer with a far-reaching and longstanding commitment to sustainability.
Why should we buy from small and local businesses?
Yesterday was International Women’s day 2022 so we are celebrating female artists and designers!
Galleries and exhibitions are a great source for inspiration and to discover new artists.
Creative blocks can provide the perfect time to reflect and look at our practice from a different angle and find inspiration.
We love to get involved in many projects, podcasts and educational events that help to share the heritage of the shoddy and mungo industry...
A guide to caring for your knitted and woven textiles
See the 'Shoddy Factory' workshop in action and the wonderful paper weaves created!