Wilcom’s embroidery and multi-decoration design software is used to create embellishments on much of the world’s fashion wear, textiles and interiors. With a reputation for excellence, Wilcom has become the world’s choice for ease-of-use, quality and service.
Today, Wilcom is present in over 100 countries with products in over 12 languages and has a global community of more than 250,000 licensed customers. Wilcom continues to enhance creativity in personalized expressions, by globally implementing best-of-breed solutions for textile impressions.
Established more than 80 years ago, Madeira UK Ltd. is the acknowledged specialist machine embroidery and decorative thread manufacturer and produces a wonderful array of threads for hand embroidery and sewing. Madeira UK Ltd is part of the worldwide Madeira Group, which has offices, agents and distributors based on every continent and strategically placed to service all textile manufacturing countries where embroidery and decorative stitching is produced. Madeira UK supplies both Industrial and Retail businesses with a total service, including the full range of Madeira threads, backing and toppings, needles, scissors and embroidery consultancy. Madeira customers are assured of technologically advanced, environmentally acceptable embroidery, free of carcinogenic and other hazardous chemicals.
Founded in 1932 by the Embroiderers’ Guild, Embroidery magazine is the world’s longest-standing title dedicated to the art of embroidery. Today it is recognised as a leading force in the world of art textiles publishing. Embroidery surveys the British and international textile scene, presenting the latest developments in stitch today. Throughout its pages, Embroidery analyses the where, when, how and why of embroidery – with compelling articles on practicing artists, collections, leading designers, historical and world textiles. Read by tutors, students, enthusiasts and experts alike, Embroidery’s articles are clear, informative, insightful – and supported by beautiful imagery. Embroidery is published six times a year.
The Royal School of Needlework is unique in the field of hand embroidery. Founded in 1872, it has a wealth of experience and expertise and its aim remains the same today as in past centuries; to teach the art of hand embroidery. The Royal School is a registered charity. Based at Hampton Court Palace since 1987, it continues to train apprentices and students to the highest possible standards enabling them to pass on the skills to future generations of embroiderers.
Name Droppers is an Established Machine Embroidery company which has supported Scottish businesses over the past 20 years.
All embroidery is carried out in Name Droppers premises in Cowdenbeath where they have Multiheaded machines with capacity for either small or large orders. Their dedicated In house design and digitizing team will ensure your logo is reproduced to your complete satisfaction.
Karen Nicol is an embroidery and mixed media textile artist working in gallery, fashion and interiors with a London based design and production studio established for over twenty-five years. She specialises in Irish, Cornelly, Multihead, beading and hand embroidery.
London College of Fashion is a constituent college of the University of the Arts London, offering undergraduate, postgraduate, short courses and business-training in fashion, make-up, beauty-therapy and lifestyle industries.
The Fashion and Textiles Museum is a museum based in Bermondsey dedicated to all aspects of fashion and textile design.