GP & J Baker

Introducing Kit Kemp's new range of cushions, using fabric from her new contemporary fabric collection with GP & J Baker, which blends Kit's eclectic and colourful style with GP & J Baker's expertise and heritage, to produce a range of cushions infused with distinctive style and individuality.


Kit Kemp Design Studio

Kit Kemp's Design Studio Cushion range includes a selection of her fabulous applique designs and feature fabrics used in the the studio's favourite room schemes, to provide you with  a cushion that can turn a space around by adding interest and flare. 


Fine Cell Work

Fine Cell Work is a charity that makes beautiful handmade products in British prisons. Teaching prisoners high-quality needlework boosts their self-worth, instils self-discipline, fosters hope and encourages them to lead independent, crime-free lives. The work achieved is of superb quality. Prisoners are taught by skilled volunteers, including members of the Embroiderers and Quilters Guild.

Kit Kemp works closely with the charity, creating new collections which celebrate craft and capture the imagination. Kit has been a dedicated trustee of Fine Cell Work since 2015.


Annie Selke

Kit Kemp's collection for Annie Selke, is a feast of pattern and colours which adds a touch of joy to any room. 


Christopher Farr

Kit Kemp has created a new range of cushions using fabrics from her exclusive collection for Christopher Farr Cloth


Andrew Martin

A unique collaboration between Kit Kemp and Andrew Martin. Inspired by the romance of folk tales, this collection encapsulates youthful imagination and the magic of design. With one eye in the past and in the future, the collection founds itself on harmonious contrast, forging a scheme which is fresh with surprie and which tells a new and exciting story of its own.


Chelsea Textiles

Kit Kemp’s hand embroidered collection for Chelsea Textiles is inspired by her love of the whimsical and lyrical, and her fondness of animals, both real and imaginary.  Featuring a series of characters and patterns that have a primitive, almost folkloric feel, the collection shows a series of narratives that playfully unfold, from a star gazing dog and a sailor’s farewell to mythical creatures and a modern take on a suzani.