We’re delighted to announce that you can now find a selection of our new blankets available to buy at the Tate Edit - a specially curated shop within the 'Boiler House' extension to the Tate Modern Art Gallery, London. The space was designed by Jasper Morrison in collaboration with architects Herzog & de Meuron and features a carefully selected range of artworks, design objects and practical items for the home. We’re delighted they have chosen to include our blankets in their winter curation.
This year’s collection has been curated by a panel including design journalist Katrina Burroughs, The Crafts Council creative director Natalie Melton and lead curator at the Tate Modern, Donald Hyslop.
This winter, the Tate Edit will be carrying our "Faro" blanket in Lichen, and our "Asplund" design in Vole and Rust. All our knitwear, including the blankets pictured below are made from luxury-grade, mulesing-free 100% lambswool yarn. They are knitted in Scotland on state of the art Japanese knitting machines, before being beautifully finished by hand.
"Hilary Grant’s textiles were selected because they reflect Tate’s vision as they are produced with a sensitive approach to design with respect for the environment and traditional methods of production. Grant’s work is beautiful and luxurious, handmade to last for the use of generations to come."
Tate Merchandise Director Rosey Blackmore
You can find our blankets here, in person at the Tate Edit in London, and online on the Tate Shop front page.