Based in Glasgow and London, and as close friends, we have 30 years shared interest and experience in architecture, art, food and fashion. Over the years we have developed a way of seeing that is described in these quilts, both through their execution and their materiality. We produce objects that describe our united sensibilities.
Our handsewn architectural quilts have been put together using our personal collection of clothing from amazing people, who have loved each piece for a reason. From cotton kimonos worn to paper by Annabelle’s father, ancient Plantation shirts by Issy Miyake, worn by mother then daughter until the indigo has faded to almost white in part, to a skirt designed by April Crichton for the first collection of Sonia By Sonia Rykiel. Our interest in each piece of fabric ranges from its historical significance, it’s emotional attachment, to the quality produced by the wear of its owners.