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This year BATD has undergone a facelift of sorts, and we have a new program structure in place. All the once familiar course names have changed, and projects have evolved in line with our new direction. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing with you some of the project work undertaken during Semester One. Today’s post is by regular guest blogger and BATD staff member Emma Lynas, showing the fantastic outcomes of The Young Ones project:
Image: The Young Ones project work by Claire Norris
The Young Ones (not to be confused with the early 80’s sitcom)

The first project for the new look Textile Design Studio Body course required second year students to investigate and design for the high end / independent children’s wear market

Monday’s studio class was used to build on existing skills learnt in first year to create a series of repeat patterns for either print (digital or screen) or structure.  In Tuesday’s workshop new techniques were delivered and applied to a range of textile swatches, print, knit and weave.
Image: Jenny Ellery on exchange from the Glasgow School of Art developed a fantastic range of kids prints for the independent market. Best of luck with your studies back home Jenny, we will miss you!!

Image: Callum McKay designing for the artistic parent, printed street wear for cool kids.
Image: Shiver me timbers, Emily Chandler channels her inner pirate to develop fantastic playful knits for kids
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Image: Amy Yu makes the most of the fashion illustration (for kids) workshop to generate templates for her knit swatches and hand painted artwork.

Image: Laura Bateman worked with a nostalgic theme and winter pallete, warm knits for little boys.

Image: Sarah Chan is proving to be a master printer, fantastic techniques and attention to detail evident in her range of final swatches.

Image: Lauren Tausend works with a palette inspired by ‘hundreds and thousands’, super sweet for little girls.
Image: Sophie Lew brings Frankenstein into the world of weave, hand woven swatches for kids apparel
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