Debbie Rudolph is a qualified Art and Textile teacher who runs regular workshops for beginner weavers. Join her in her Falmouth Weaving Studio where you can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the Textile Studio while learning a new skill.

During these workshops you will learn tapestry weaving basics and decorative elements. How to warp a lap loom, use tabby, soumak and rya knotting techniques. Produce a woven hanging with the focus on texture, pattern and colour. Materials are included, looms are for course use only, but are available for purchase at the end of the workshop. Looms for sale

Weaving workshops for beginners

Extended workshops for Autumn / Winter:
Natural environment / Natural landscapes

Saturday 15 December 12:30-4:30PM | £45.00
Saturday 19 January       12:30-4:30PM | £45.00
Saturday 16 February    12:30-4:30PM | £45.00

For 1:1 Weaving Workshops or group workshops.

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Debbie Rudolph is a Textile Designer-Maker with a bold approach to creating unique, individual textiles using traditional techniques. Colour and texture are used to create visually exciting textiles, which are both fresh and striking. The handwoven textiles are produced using a 50 year old, Swedish made ‘Lillstina’ loom.

After graduating from the Fashion and Textile Degree at Central St Martins London, she was awarded the TEXPRINT Innovation in Textiles Scholarship. Texprint promotes the UK’s most talented textile design graduates with the support of industry professionals worldwide. 

Based in London, Debbie worked as a freelance Woven Textile Designer and sold her handwoven items through private sales, international trade fairs, exhibitions and galleries.

Debbie then went on to train as a Secondary School teacher at the University of London, she taught Art and Design and Textiles in Hackney, London for 10 years before relocating to Cornwall. During this period she was awarded winner of the ‘Teacher Project’ award by The University of the Arts London, which was presented to her by the Major of London and the Installation Artist Cornelia Parker.

After relocating to Cornwall, Debbie has continued her textile work and is now a member of The Cornwall Craft Association and sells her textile items through private sales and galleries. She has been featured in Period Living, MyCornwall, Western Morning News and Workbox Magazine. In addition to her own practice she delivers Weaving and Teaching Workshops from her weaving studio.




Photo by Anya Rice



Debbie believes in a simple and honest approach to design, where quality and utility are intrinsic.
In a modern world, handmade textiles bring a rare element of craftsmanship into our homes. They hint at other ways of life and offer the ultimate convergence of colour, texture and luxury. Debbie produces her textiles on a 50 year old Lillistina Loom, as well as tapestry frames and Harris Looms.

For all enquiries please contact Debbie by email.



Cornwall Crafts Association

My summer Focus show is now on at the Cornwall Crafts Association in the Trelissick Gallery. Thanks to Elinor for displaying my work so beautifully.

Interviewed by Period Living

I was thrilled to be featured in the January’s 2016 edition of Period Living Magazine. Thanks to Katherine Sorrell for writing such a wonderful piece and as ever beautiful photography by Anya Rice.