Our Designers

It’s our privilege to work with some of the world’s finest needlepoint designers. Together they create the most innovative and stylish kits around. Every designer we work with has a compelling story of their own: find out more about them here.

" What I love most about both designing and stitching is the fact that you’re working with pure colour. Bright, jewel-like wools sewn straight on to the canvas "

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Alex Beattie

Sumptuous colour and rich pattern are constants in Candace’s work and her needlework borders combine both to magnificent effect.

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Candace Bahouth

Janet Haigh is one of Europe’s foremost embroiderers combining simple hand worked embroidery with cross-craft techniques.

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Janet Haigh

Kaffe Fassett is one of the world’s leading textile artists. He has been designing needlepoint kits exclusively for Ehrman for the past 40 years.

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Kaffe Fassett

“ I sew each piece with only outlines as a guide. Then follows many hours of stitching and unpicking. My main passion in life is just to make things. "

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Magie Hollingworth

Raymond’s work combines a rich use of colour with rhythmic pattern. It is complex but flowing at the same time in the best traditions of textile design.

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Raymond Honeyman

The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s leading museum of art, design and performance. Founded in 1852 in London during the reign of Queen Victoria to make works of art available to all, today it provides a place of inspiration, discovery and learning through its mission to enrich lives through design. The museum’s 145 galleries display the finest examples of the decorative arts from textiles and ceramics to sculpture and photography.

The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s leading museum of art, design and performance. Founded in 1852 in London during the reign of Queen Victoria to make works of art available to all, today it provides a place of inspiration, discovery and learning through its mission to enrich lives through design. The museum’s 145 galleries display the finest examples of the decorative arts from textiles and ceramics to sculpture and photography.