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KFraser Textiles

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I was captured by the storefront of KFraser Textiles with its sleek and bold logo suggestively painted above the door. I daren't of imagined the textiles that would match the identity but was delighted when met with an array of colour combinations and textures. A weaving loom fills the back of the store capturing the sentiment of tradition, craftsmanship and Made-in-England. It was beautiful to see such a piece of machinery that stands alone as a piece of furniture in its own right. Katherine Fraser herself takes an interest in modern, contemporary fabrics using traditional techniques and 100% natural fibres. Her collection sees scarves, cushions, throws, ties and brooches but what really caught our eye at Caro was the bespoke design service for fashion and interiors! Not only are the textiles beautiful in their design but they are soft and wearable which adds to their quality and appeal. 
If you fancy dabbing your hand at weaving yourself, Katherine also offers workshops for complete novices to others with experience - definitely one for the present list!
74 Walcot Street
Bath
BA1 5BD
bath kfraser textiles weaving workshop

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