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The Knitting Project: Turning Pixels Into Loops

Porto, Portugal The Knitting Project is the first community project from Porto, Portugal based company OFundamentO (FNDMT), which is "bringing together European artists and manufacturers,...

Women in Textiles: A Summit For Experienced And Emerging Leaders

‘Women in Textiles: A Summit for Experienced and Emerging Leaders’ was the second Women in Textiles to be hosted by the Industrial Fabrics Association...

RCA WIP Show: MA Textiles Students Showcase Innovative Knits

The annual Royal College of Art WIP Show is a rare opportunity to gain insight into the creative processes of students embarking on their...

Analysis & Outcomes: Raw Assembly’s Sourcing Event for Sustainble Supply Chains

In October 2019, Melbourne, Australia, hosted Raw Assembly’s bi-annual sustainable textile sourcing event. First covered by KIC in November 2019, the Post Show Report...

Framework Knitters and Shima Provide Expert Training

This year has seen the collaboration between the Worshipful Company of Framework Knitters, The Drapers and Shima Seiki Europe developed further with 12 students...

Keeping UK’s Creative Industries in the Spotlight Post-Brexit

The UK’s creative industries contributed more than £101 billion to the economy in 2017 – the equivalent of £11.5 million per hour. CBI Director-General...

Polimoda and Missoni Launch MA Programme in Knitwear Design

Polimoda, one of the leading fashion schools in the world, has announced its new master’s degree in knitwear design created in partnership with Missoni....

ReMode Is Making Its Message Global

ReMode, the premier event for disruptive and sustainable fashion, is making its message global by livestreaming video of conference programming, available to viewers around...

Ones to Watch – Kimberley Evans, Hereford College of Arts

It is not only graduates who show creativity, innovation and an exciting promise of things to come at this time of year. And neither...

East Midlands Students Win Shima Seiki Competition

Last week, knitted textile design students Freya Butler (Nottingham Trent University) and Kathleen Myerscough (University of Derby) were named winners of Shima Seiki’s Apex Competition 2018....
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