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Katerina Knight is an English textile artist, writer and educator. She graduated with a Masters in Textiles from the Royal College of Art London as a Burberry scholar and was shortlisted for the Dorothy Waxman Prize 2023. Having left pursuing a career in the luxury fashion industry behind, Katerina now has a slow artistic practice and creates one-of-a-kind textile artefacts that have been exhibited internationally, most recently at XTANT 2024 and Dutch Design Week 2023. Katerina lectures at Hereford College of Art and has developed a workshop series 'Stitching with Nature' with the endeavor to share how working akin with nature and craft can restore personal and planetary well-being.
Katerina now lives in the heart of the English countryside in Malvern, Worcestershire. Immersed in a natural landscape she enjoys long walks in the hills mindfully foraging wild plants and flora and grows her own plants in the community garden of her local Buddhist temple she attends.

Katerina is a published writer, contributing to publications such as; Embroidery Magazine and Selvedge Magazine, where she works as an Editorial Assistant. Katerina is also a lecturer on BA Textiles at Hereford College of Art.

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