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Cheshire
England

0753 074 1812

Zoe Glencross Fabric & Home sells printed natural linen fabric for curtains, blinds, soft furnishings and upholstery.  Beginning life as a home grown 'kitchen-table' craft Zoe uses her hand-sketched, block and screen printed designs to create her collections.

The Meadowlands Collection features rural imagery with a contemporary abstract twist, using print to reflect the texture, movement and light of England's rural landscape.   Inspired by the meadows of Cheshire and rugged North Devon coast.      

Back story: Work in progress...

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It's been an amazing year of creativity, challenges, inspiration and determination.  Life has definitely been full.  I am delighted to be launching Zoe Glencross Fabric & Home.   Whilst it has been a sole venture I could never have done it alone and have been incredibly lucky to have had a wealth of supportive people around me.  I'd like to thank all those who helped me along the way with their endless talents and enthusiasm...

The Plush upholstery team headed up by Andrea for her energy, drive andsound advice.   The great skills of Alice and Charlie must be noted- no sewing task is too small, large or complex!  Thank you to Jan Gamble with her brilliant photographic and styling skills and to Sally W for her sound business advice and positivity.  Thank you to Mum for sewing and Dad for helping out on that very hot photo-shoot day.  Also thanks to the lovely focus groups who helped evaluate my designs. 

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Back story: Work in progress...

ZOE JONES

A little while ago...

I began my kitchen-table fabric printing following our move to the countryside in 2013.    I learnt the craft and was hooked.  With a few inspired designs I began to sell some hand-made individual pieces locally, through interior designers and a via Devon based stockist (The Oyster Catcher - Croyde).   My designs seemed to work best as blended schemes rather than stand alone pieces.  So setting up a make-shift workshop in the garage, where I exposed my own silk screens, I began the task of building a collection.  After a lot mistakes made, not to mention the mess, my designs evolved, inspired my rural surroundings at home and holidays spent in North Devon.   Taking lots of photographs I focused on texture, movement and light.