Textiles - Diana Morrison, Jane Bell, Joanne Eddon,
Paula Maxfield, Penny Fletcher &
Sue Stichbury

Diana Morrison the makers page email website
Diana Morrison Designs

Since graduating in Fashion/Textiles, Diana has developed as a professional textiles artist exhibiting throughout the country alongside teaching Fine Art, Fashion and Textiles at various Further Education colleges as well as leading a wide range of workshop courses for various groups.

Her current practice includes dyeing, stitching and feltmaking using a variety of experimental techniques developed over many years, fusing these disciplines to produce a range of unique and original wearable art pieces and fashion accessories using a wide and eclectic range of vibrant colours and textures.




Jane Bell the makers page email website

Jane designs and makes quilts, small accessory pieces, bags, wall hangings and cushions . I mainly use cotton, wool and silk. Some of the silk pieces I use come from Japanese kimonos and obis.

I like to work closely with customers on commission pieces. There are so many styles of quilts to explore; Amish are one of my favourites as the quilting is so complicated.




Joanne Eddon the makers page email website

Vibrant hand painted silk scarves, lampshades and accessories.






Paula Maxfield the makers page email website
Art on Silk

Hand Painted Silk fashion accessories and wearable art. Beautiful shades in sumptuous silks, individually created, using many techniques, silk painting, batik & shibori.








Penny Fletcher the makers page email website

Hand woven bags, scarves, snoods, throws, rugs and wall art. Each piece is individually designed, hand woven and finished. "Weaving is a time consuming process with some pieces taking many days to weave and hand finish".







Sue Stichbury the makers page email website

I have been a textile artist for many years. I particularly like to work with vintage fragments of quilts and fabrics, mainly hand stitching and embroidering. My colours are in the main subdued and faded. I like to assemble a background of fabrics and then applique and embroider into it. I also hold workshops.