Above, Hellebore printed in blue on red linen
WELCOME WORKSHOPS EVENTS & SALES
Hand printed linens for sale include table-linen, cushions, lampshades and more.
IN THE STUDIO
Kate Westcott hand-prints contemporary and striking images on linen in her studio near Bath. Her designs are printed on natural fabrics with environmentally friendly inks, creating a unique range of linen for the table and the home.
The designs originate from her own drawings and incorporate a mix of delicate, fine lined images with more bolder shapes and silhouettes from our English countryside and gardens.
Sometimes a print run will only produce 2 or 3 of a particular design, on a range of coloured linen. With larger items such as tablecloths, it may be that only one item is printed in a particular design/colour. If you see something that strikes you and you would like it in a different colour, do get in contact to see if it is possible.
All printed textiles in the For Sale section are washable and 100% cotton or linen.
Above the Cambridge Milk Parsley design (as included in the Cosy up with Colour feature of House & Garden) with the Great Tit & Apple Blossom and Blackbird designs on taupe linen with British sheep's wool or duck feather filled cushions. £42 - 45 each
Above, hand painted blackbirds on simple wooden trays. These are a new addition and can be usually seen for sale at fairs and The Little Christmas Pop-up Shop.
Set in a working studio, near Bath, these workshops will take you through the various stages of screen printing, from either transferring your own design onto a screen or using an already made screen, to mixing inks and printing.
This traditional method of screen printing is simple, hands-on and very rewarding!
Bookings for Workshops are now being taken - vouchers are also available, which can make fantastic gifts!
NOT ON THE WEBSITE?
There may be items you have seen on a stall at recent fairs that are not on the website. If you are interested in anything in particular that you can't see here, please do email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01761 470079
HANDMADE FOR CHRISTMAS
AT THE WORKHOUSE CHAPEL
Sturminster Newton, Dorset
1 NOVEMBER - 31 DECEMBER 2017
(excluding 25 December)
Rose Hatcher, a skilled and delightful felter, opens her Workhouse Chapel Studio to the public selling stunning and unique artwork of over 40 artists - I am proud to be one of these artists!
Please see website for opening times
LUXURY BED & BREAKFAST nearby.....
CAM VALLEY ARTS
EXHIBITION & SALE
11 AM - 5PM 29APRIL 2017
Cam Valley artists will be exhibiting new work at Conygre Hall, Timsbury, Nr Bath along with demonstrations and arty activities - free entry!
WEST BARN EXHIBITION
10am - 5pm 4 - 6 August 2017
Next to the Tythe Barn in Bradford on Avon, Wilts
Three potters, printed textiles, paintings, glass & etchings.
AMERICAN MUSEUM BATH
11 - 5pm 19 AUGUST 2017
Hand-selected textile stalls in beautiful surroundings. Specialist supplies and something a little bit different in the textile line!
CAM VALLEY ARTS TRAIL
4th & 5th November 2017
This popular arts trail now enters its fifth year. A wonderful opportunity to see local artists showing some unique and gorgeous artwork at venues in Timsbury, High Littleton, Hallatrow, Paulton, Farrington Gurney, Clutton & Camerton
CHRISTMAS IN THE COUNTRY AT MELLS
Tythe Barn, Mells, Somerset BA11 3PN
10 - 5pm 25th & 26th November 2017
An eclectic selection of stalls with a delightful selection of Christmas presents!
KINGSWOOD SCHOOL, BATH
MARKET FOR MALAWI
Friday 17th November 2017
6.30 - 8.30pm
A magnificent collection of stunning stalls and delicious refreshments! Support charities in Malawi while doing your Christmas shopping!
Kingswood School, Lansdown Rd, Bath BA1 5RG
THE LITTLE CHRISTMAS POP-UP SHOP
In Timsbury, Nr Bath
1 - 3 DECEMBER 2017 10 - 5PM
With an evening preview on 30 November 4 - 8pm
This is a wonderful opportunity for buying handmade artisan and arty presents, all made by artists from Wiltshire and Somerset, set in a sparkling, Christmassy setting in Timsbury, Bath BA2 0HU
This website was created by Kate Westcott 2017