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Jewellery by Nora Rochel

These are so inspiring as I look at creating my own natural forms. I love the level of detail and the repetition in her designs that result in such textural, organic pieces.   10 more words


A Cross- Cultural Collaborative Project #2

I found these lovely silk in the village in Udonthani Province where my mother works. There are lovely peacock patterns on silk which is the queen of bird in Thailand and also the holy creature call “Nak”. 86 more words

*Making Project

A Cross- Cultural Collaborative Project

Atchalee x Katarzyna

The Collaboration Project


We would like to create a piece of jewellery (necklace or bangle). We expect to learn new technical skills from each other such as the wood joinery and weaving from natural material as wood, grass or bamboo. 169 more words

*Making Project

Body Adornment

The year 10 Textile Design students have finally completed their body adornment sculptures. The theme for the pieces was Dried, Decayed and Tangled. We hope to have the work on display in Quad soon.

GCSE Textiles

Fashion and Textiles

Part of the brief is causing you to look at the possible future of Fashion and textiles with how materials could be made and grown for use in fashion, particularly for a body adornment in a disaster. 139 more words

Fashion and Textiles- Final Body Adornment

With my final design decided it was time to create the piece. I started by creating the eye pieces first, this from a continuous piece of metal. 305 more words

Foundation Degree

Garland "Malai" : Making project #4.2

These are some body adornments that I made from the Malai concept.


I like the combination of colour, but I need to getting more deeper, I need to do more research about garland and body adornment. 24 more words

** Unit 1 Assessment