I have decided to move on from lengths, I feel like I would work so much better and that my embroidery will not be restricted to my designs, so I can look into doing neckline embellishments over my printed fabrics and also feel more confident doing placements designs that are not floating around in the middle of a length, I can place them on a garment and visualise my ideas better. I have found someone who is going to make up some garment shapes with my printed or dyed fabrics and then I can add embroidery and embellishments after. I am also using some very basic readymade garments, changing details on them and adding my own designs. I started today with a cropped denim waistcoat.
- Stacie Charlton
- I am a textiles surface designer with a great understanding of its function and application. I specialise in hand embroidery, embellishment and in prints for fashion. I am a passionate, experimental, and am unafraid to take risks or to push boundaries with my work. Because of this, I am the kind of person suited to the fashion industry which has ever changing rules, challenges and expectations. All images and text are copyright to Stacie Charlton.