I’ve had a little subconscious thing for patchwork for a moment, probably because I grew up with a Mum who was always making things like that. A few years ago I inherited her sewing box and I found a diamond-shaped metal template. She’d used it to cut out pieces of our old clothes to make a traditional sunburst piece that hung in the kitchen like for ever. It started me thinking about the idea that patchwork holds hidden stories; in part through design and in part by the origin of it’s bits.
This ‘sun’blaze’ – The Re-Edit, is a mini-label biography. A piece greater than the sum of it’s parts.
Sri looking awesome.
Photography: Andrew Swannel