625 Line blanket
This graphic reversible design references early television technology and draws its name from the number of scanning lines for analogue colour TV transmission.
Woven in our standard weight wool.
Colour: silver, white and orange
Blanket stitch edging in silver
Eleanor Pritchard's story.
I have always loved playing with colour and pattern. My work often has a mid-century quality and I feel a strong affinity for the aesthetics and design philosophy of this era. Alongside this runs a deep interest in vernacular British textiles and I see much of my work as a re-interpretation of these traditions and techniques for a contemporary audience.
We do all of our production in the UK and are proud to work with well-respected and highly-skilled British weavers. Much of our production is done on ‘dobcross’ shuttle looms at a small traditional mill in West Wales. We value the expertise and history behind the mills we work with, and feel that these qualities give our fabrics a strong sense of integrity and place.