Innovative Home Studio Work by Textile Design Students

A lot has been said about the pros and cons of working and schooling from home. We’ve all experienced ups and downs but now as we near the end of the semester, I think we are all starting to get the hang of it. Many folks questioned how our design students would continue their studio practice away from the studio and the equipment. I’m excited and proud to show you a selection of some of the amazing work they are doing at home using what they have available to them. Our students are truly innovative. They are making, creating, designing, and producing amazing work from their bedrooms, kitchen tables, and home studios.

Click through the above gallery to see examples of some amazing work by our Textile Design students. The students highlighted in this post are Christina-Marie Kreibich, Sofia Turco, Olivia Pagnotta, Nathalie Bouchard, Nicholas Hammerschmidt, DanJuma Ochai, and Bennett Purdy.


Meghan Kelly

Meghan Kelly is an assistant professor of Textile Design at Jefferson University, where she teaches Knit Design Studio and Knitting Technology to undergrad and graduate […]

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