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Art, design, and artisanal making define the house of Christopher Farr Cloth. Our values are underpinned by a commitment to using the finest materials, nurturing traditional crafts, and innovative collaborations with renowned artists and designers worldwide. Our collections encompass fabrics, wallcoverings, passementeries and a curated selection of accessories. Each design & collections reflect our passion for time-honoured textile production processes, and we have an intellectual yet playful approach to innovation & experimentation.

FEATURED PRODUCTS

CAMINO REAL

$2.00

CHILD'S CHECK WALLPAPER

$2.00

HANGING 1925

$2.00

BLACK MOUNTAIN

$2.00

TEA TRAIL

$2.00

FRIEDA

$2.00

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CUSHIONS PRODUCTS

Refugee Craft Group Hearts Cushion

Christopher Farr Cloth has collaborated with Alice Kettle, a contemporary textile artist and Professor of Textiles at Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University on a special cushion project with craft groups of refugees. With Alice’s guidance and support, the brand has commissioned individuals from craft groups across the UK to create a collection of hand-embroidered cushions featuring distinctive running stitched designs. The program continues Alice’s ongoing work with Bridges for Communities and Arnolfini’s Women’s Craft Group in partnership with the Bristol Refugee Festival.
$288.00

Refugee Craft Group Sunflower Burst Cushion

Christopher Farr Cloth has collaborated with Alice Kettle, a contemporary textile artist and Professor of Textiles at Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University on a special cushion project with craft groups of refugees. With Alice’s guidance and support, the brand has commissioned individuals from craft groups across the UK to create a collection of hand-embroidered cushions featuring distinctive running stitched designs. The program continues Alice’s ongoing work with Bridges for Communities and Arnolfini’s Women’s Craft Group in partnership with the Bristol Refugee Festival.
$288.00

Refugee Craft Group Chrysanthemum Cushion

Christopher Farr Cloth has collaborated with Alice Kettle, a contemporary textile artist and Professor of Textiles at Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University on a special cushion project with craft groups of refugees. With Alice’s guidance and support, the brand has commissioned individuals from craft groups across the UK to create a collection of hand-embroidered cushions featuring distinctive running stitched designs. The program continues Alice’s ongoing work with Bridges for Communities and Arnolfini’s Women’s Craft Group in partnership with the Bristol Refugee Festival.
$288.00

Refugee Craft Group Big Pink Flower Cushion

Christopher Farr Cloth has collaborated with Alice Kettle, a contemporary textile artist and Professor of Textiles at Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University on a special cushion project with craft groups of refugees. With Alice’s guidance and support, the brand has commissioned individuals from craft groups across the UK to create a collection of hand-embroidered cushions featuring distinctive running stitched designs. The program continues Alice’s ongoing work with Bridges for Communities and Arnolfini’s Women’s Craft Group in partnership with the Bristol Refugee Festival.
$288.00

Alice Kettle Tulip Cushion

Christopher Farr Cloth has collaborated with Alice Kettle, a contemporary textile artist and Professor of Textiles at Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University on a special cushion project with craft groups of refugees. As part of this project Alice has also created a series of cushions using techniques she has learned from the refugees and has incorporated them with her distinctive design aesthetic
$288.00

A Pair of Alice Kettle Orange & Yellow Tiger Flower Cushions

Christopher Farr Cloth has collaborated with Alice Kettle, a contemporary textile artist and Professor of Textiles at Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University on a special cushion project with craft groups of refugees. As part of this project Alice has also created a series of cushions using techniques she has learned from the refugees and has incorporated them with her distinctive design aesthetic
$565.00
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