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Textile Art Free Motion Embroidered Vase of Flowers

Naisy Artwork and Products


Taking inspiration from the beautiful British countryside, many of my designs reflect a playful sort of nostalgia; one to be celebrated with friends.


All designs are made using a technique called ‘free-motion embroidery’ which is similar to drawing with a sewing machine. My intolerance to waste has meant that the materials used are often re-loved fabrics, rescued from boxes cast away in the loft, or leftover pieces from other designer makers. I take pride in ensuring that materials and processes used to turn my designs into printed products are as environmentally friendly as possible. Almost all of my packaging is now plastic-free - I'm working on the last bits - and I'm keeping printing based in Great Britain.

Working in Naisy HQ


Hello! I'm Naomi, 'Nai' for short; founder, designer, creator, marketing director, manager, retailer, tea-maker... for all things Naisy.


Naisy first began in the Spring of 2013; inspired by my local community run market and a few pushes and shoves from friends, I bravely booked myself a stall, got out my sewing machine, and embraced the ride.


Brought up in the countryside, involved in every musical activity going (I actually did a music performance degree!), sewing and all other types of crafting was a beautiful pastime. My very patient mother taught me most of my sewing skills and the rest I have picked up along the way.


I am a self-confessed colour addict and love seeing how the different fabrics I use can be put together to create stand-out, joy-filled artwork. I secretly have big dreams of filling thousands of homes across Britain and way beyond with artwork that makes people smile.

UK Textile Artist Nai, Naisy, Naomi Lodge
Black and White Thread Sketch House Illustration

My Home Life


I live with my lovely hubby and our three gorgeous small people in Glossop, Derbyshire.


I love Jesus, hanging out with friends, and the beautiful British countryside.


I like chain-drinking tea, gardening, cooking, eating, exploring, shopping, folk music, and all things creative!

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