By Lisa Watson is a distinctly British collection of quilts, cushions & more for your home.

Quilts by Lisa Watson launched in 2013 with a 100% British Made collection of traditional heirloom Quilts with a contemporary twist. Find out more about why Lisa does what she does in this Merchant & Mills interview.

A passion for celebrating British textile heritage has led to new additions of quality textile home decor from one of a kind handmade Harris Tweed cushions to wool blankets inspired by traditional textiles woven in Lancashire.  All are perfect for adding extra warmth to the bedroom or draped on a sofa to bring eye catching interest all year round. Lisa’s full collection of quilts, cushions and more can be viewed in her shop.

Folklore Fabric is unique to Lisa's shop and was an exciting collaboration between Lisa (me!) as the designer, Richard MR Smith, a master weaver and talented folk at Weisters Mill in Darwen, Lancashire. The woven patterns in the Folklore Fabric can be found in designs throughout our everyday lives, in textiles, interiors and also in architecture so they have a reassuring familiarity to them. Since there are only a few Folklore Fabric cushions remaining, Folklore Fabric evolved into a useful reusable roomy cotton printed Tote Bag, as pictured here, ideal for all your shopping purchases, or to keep your daily jetsam and flotsam in when you are out and about. These cheery colourful Tote Bags are also a real colour tonic to counteract dreary days.

Lisa started her quilts & business via a career in arts & education. If you are interested in working with Lisa on a collaborative project to create unique artworks, visit Lisa Watson Textiles to find out more.

NEW Made in GB Wool Blankets

More super soft, super warm and super light lambswool blankets are now available…These quintessentially British Blankets are woven in Lancashire to my heritage designs These soft felted blanket measures 180cm by 140cm so looks great on a double or king-size bed as well as being an ideal sofa throw to keep at hand to combat any chills, particularly if the weather throws us a curve ball.