This article contains outstanding textile and fashion design sketchbooks to inspire high school Art and Design students. It is hoped that these sketchbooks motivate those who are designing fashion garments, personal accessories, wearable art costumes, fabrics, woven textiles, experimental weaving, embroidery, printed textiles (such as block printing, silk-screen printing) and items produced using any other method of decorating or manipulating fabric and thread, such as batik, dye and spray painting.
A Level Textiles sketchbook pages by Anya Jane Magee:
An A Level Textiles sketchbook by Halima Akhtar (see more of Halima’s superb Textile projects):
A sketchbook page by Lucy Feng, completed as part of a short fashion design course (see Lucy’s A* A Level Art portraiture project):
Sketchbook pages by knitwear designer Amber Hards, a graduate of the Fashion and Textile Design course at the University of West of England:
Drawings from Katty Hoelck‘s thesis collection, produced while studying Fashion at Parsons School of Design:
Fashion drawings by Anne Isabella Rasmussen:
T-shirt development by Bryony Carrigan:
A sketchbook by A Level Fashion Design student Elle Salt produced while studying at Esher College:
An AS Fashion Design Coursework project by Ellie Carless:
Fashion sketchbook pages by A Level student Chanel Viegas:
A Level Art Textiles sketchbook pages by Virginia Durigon-Richardson:
An A Level Textiles sketchbook page, sourced here:
A Level textiles sketchbook pages by Hollie Wakeford-Smith:
Mixed media drawings by Fashion Illustration student Laura April Jayne:
Designs by Honours Fashion BA graduate Nicole Bradshaw:
Sketchbook pages by Fashion College student Olivia Hands:
A project by Tim Nguyen, completed while studying Fashion Design at OTIS College of Art and Design:
Sketchbooks by illustrator and designer Jessie Holmes, completed while studying at design college:
Sketchbook pages by Ania Leike, completed in her last year of a fashion design degree at Istituto Marangoni:
This is the last in our Inspirational Sketchbook series and accompanies our Tips for Producing an Amazing Sketchbook. If you enjoyed this article, you may also wish to view the others in this series: Painting / Drawing sketchbooks, Photography sketchbooks, Graphic Design sketchbooks, and Sculpture and 3D Design sketchbooks.
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