Mimi and Gloria Onyekwere

contemporary bluestockings, Mimi and Gloria Onyekwere

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Natalie Warner

Introducing a talented designer and her fascinating professional journey

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all the colours

New shades for the Dathan pullover and hap.

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creature feature

some of the thinking behind the making

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¿Quieres bailar?

Are ye dancin?

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behind the mask

accepting that not everything works out is key to the (slow) creative process

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reflections on My Place

The My Place project illustrates how a challenge might turn into a creative opportunity

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zwiebelmuster

Nicole Wagler tells us about eighteenth-century porcelain and her sense of place in Meissen

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the thaw

Rebecca Osborn shares a beautiful design, inspired by her place in the Canadian Arctic

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shades and swatches

Hello! I’m happy to say we’ve just about completed all our behind-the-scenes admin, and have been able to reopen the KDD online shop today. Among the new things you’ll find there is our just-published 10 Years in the Making book (beautifully produced for us by Glasgow’s Bell & Bain), plus two brand new shades of…

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A chat with Lynsey Walters

Lynsey Walters is a fellow Scottish designer of whose bold, colourful work I am an enormous fan – and whose necklaces and earrings (I am thrilled to say) we are now stocking in the KDD shop. You may already be aware, of how much I love Lynsey’s work, as I seem to have worn quite…

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a chat with Misa Hay

There is no getting away from the fact that, whatever business you are in, this year has been a very weird one. Having to change the nature and direction of what you are doing – often very rapidly – is never an easy thing, and this year there have been so many of those changes.…

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one week to go!

Well, there’s just one week to go until the start of our 10 Years in the Making Club, and we are all geared up and ready for three months of knitting fun! This is the fifth club we’ve run at KDD, and each one has been a little different. Our first – the Seven Skeins…

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