Let it be known: Tom van Deijnen invented Visible Mending. When I (Kate) thought I'd come up with the term and first googled it, I found Tom had already got there, and has been Visibly Mending for quite some years. A visionary self-taught textiles practitioner, based in Brighton, UK, Dutch-born Tom prefers the woollens, and is a magician of a knitter. We are proud to feature him here--and grateful to have his blessing on our Brooklyn-based Mending world.
Not just any old English embroidery company, Hand and Lock are the Royal embroiderers, makers of all the rich and intricate ceremonial military goldwork that's so... View full details
London-based mixed media textile designer and artist Karen Nicol is quite simply one of the world's best, and best known, embroidery artists. The holder of multiple awards, Nicol... View full details
London based artist Celia Pym has moved onto different work now, but her seven-plus year project ‘The Catalogue of Holes’ was a collaborative exercise in mending... View full details