Thursday, 29 September 2011
Tuesday, 23 August 2011
The Textiles Technologies Project were contacted by one of their clients at the end of July 2011 to invite their Project Officer in Manufacturing, Hannah Wright, to an all expenses paid trip to their manufacturing facilities in Alytus, Lithuania. Hannah was able to see at first hand the results of the pattern cutting and proto typing work she has carried out for them through the Textiles Technologies Project.
Hannah was given a guided tour of the factory, and was shown, in depth, the different departments of the factory which included their pattern cutting room, CAD room, sublimated printing facilities as well as their main production area. Hannah was also given the chance to see how the factory processes their orders into organized production schedules so that they can successfully meet their clients requested arrival dates.
Monday, 18 April 2011
Monday, 31 January 2011
The first 24 hour eco event will be taking place on Friday the 18th of February 2011, at 10am in Trinity St. Davids University Carmarthen. The TTP will be there in the afternoon from 2.30pm till 5pm speaking with businesses and members of the Welsh Assembly Government about their attitudes to sustainable business. Students from Fashion, Scupture, Fine Art and Photography at Coleg Sir Gar will be hosting a swishing and up-cycling event from 6pm till 9.30pm and the event will be going on throughout the night with musicians, artists and poets to mark the occasion. Please come along for as long as you want, as it promises to be an exciting 24 hours! For further information contact email@example.com
Thursday, 27 January 2011
Monday, 6 December 2010
Our speakers are from the Eco Design Centre in Cardiff and Menter Cwm Gwendraeth and will be speaking about cradle to cradle design and the future of our design world.
It is looking like it going to be an exciting and knowledge rich day, a great chance to bounce ideas around with like minded people and a great opportunity for networking.
If this sounds like your cup of tea then please RSVP to either myself: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com as soon as you can!
Friday, 3 December 2010
“Different sheep breeds produce varying qualities of fibre and every fleece has a use, whether it’s for high-end fashion or building insulation. It’s a complete waste to be discarding this natural resource so we’re looking for fact and figures to address the needs of farmers and industry demand to try and increase supply of the fibre in every form.”
Hannah Wright produces her own range, see below:
Hannah Wright is about traditional tailoring with a contemporary twist.
For Hannah, designing is an expression of who she is as a person. It's not about the clothes, it's about the person's lifestyle. Inspired by colours, textures and shapes, Hannah designs for the balance of comfort and luxury as well as the balance of what is practical and desirable. Farming is in Hannah Wrights genes and she wants it to enjoy being fashionable again.