Textiles in Practice allows students to explore the many facets of textile design in an experimental and innovative manner. Students utilise a range of specialist equipment across weave, knit, print, mixed-media and embroidery to visualise concepts and present design solutions for a range of outcomes.

This year’s graduates have engaged with numerous live briefs and industry projects alongside developing their individual creative practice. Broad themes such as personal identity and heritage through to futuristic, biophilic design have been explored in conceptually exciting and materially challenging ways.

The course is not only rich in historical legacy but also address the future of textiles in terms of technology and innovation. In a post lockdown world where engagement with physical materials will be even more important the Textiles in Practice graduates are well equipped to meet these needs.

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Rachel May

Roselle Smeatham

Nicola May

Eleanor Rowlands

Ellie Samson

Lydia Rose Clarke

Eleanor Ballinger

Lydia Beattie

Holly Gemmell

Charlotte Mcalinden

Becky Hansell

Gracie Farrell

Emily Sharp

Maddison Crankshaw

Sofia Ofori

Selina Pearce

Rudhiana Rahman

Briony-Rose Murtagh

Lizzie Atthews

Amy Sherlock

Bethany Reilly

Hannah Inglis

Emily Bagshaw

Annabel Clegg

Eleanor Sofia Walker

Becky Holbach

Hannah Sallows

Leonie Edmead

Amelia Tillott

Emily Topping

Phoebe Grace Watson

Katie Wilson

Elisha Docherty

Evie Beales

Charlotte Clegg

Kemi Dowie

Ell Maund

Poppy Jervis

Grace Browne

Esme Greaves

Matilda Herd

Yasmin Pheasant

Marianne Faran

Emily Wright

Jorja Finch

Sophie Shelley

Kathryn Webb

Lydia Mary Halsall

Ella Bartram

Viraj Shah

Laura Pearl

Josephine Hinton

Phaedra Dickson

Harinder Kooner