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lady using embroidery machiene

the

competition

A brief was set to the KLC students to create a conceptual design for a napkin ring and napkin embroidery.

Students were encouraged to research emerging sustainable and environmentally conscious materials and analyse the Sirimiri aesthetic. 
We were thrilled with the high number and standard of the entries, with each student expressing a clear understanding of the brief. 


The selection process was challenging, with three designers standing out. After much deliberation, we finally selected Izabela Rynarzewska as her enthusiasm for the brief really shone through.  Izabela created a napkin embroidery design that was representative of the Sirimiri aesthetic, her documentation of the design process was remarkable, and we loved how she thought outside the box with her deconstructed of the Sirimiri logo.


We then worked with Bow Sewing Centre to develop Izabela’s design, producing a set for Izabela made from 100% organic cotton.  

Izabela’s napkin is available to purchase, with all profits going to Bow Sewing Centre.

Bow Sewing Centre supports and employs women who have suffered domestic violence, giving them a safe space to learn a skill and feel creative.  With their profits, the community centre teaches sewing lessons to women from low-income backgrounds and people with disabilities. 

Enquiries to purchase and for colour selections please contact - info@sirimiri.co.uk

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