Lyndsey Currie

Indie Biz ownerLyndsey Currie

Hello, I am Lyndsey!

I design a range of knitted headbands, snoods and scarves. All of my products are designed and made by myself in my home studio in Dundee, Scotland, on a hand-powered knit machine. I have always been extremely interested in Brutalist architecture and love to pair bright and bold colours with architectural shapes.

All my knitted products are made from 100% lambswool. I am passionate about sustainable living and as lambswool is a natural, sustainable and renewable fibre, it makes it my go to choice!

I graduated from Duncan Of Jordanstone College of Art and Design with a degree in textiles, specialising in Knitting. After graduating I went on to become Designer in Residence at the University, which meant I could use the facilities and help in the classes teaching others to knit. I was then given the opportunity to work at the university as the Knit and Stitch technician, covering a 6-month sabbatical leave. After a fabulous 6 months of teaching I decided it was time to go self-employed! Since graduating university, it was my dream to start up my own business – and here we are!

Please do not feel shy – drop me a message if you have any questions or queries about my work.

Hello, I am Lyndsey!

I design a range of knitted headbands, snoods and scarves. All of my products are designed and made by myself in my home studio in Dundee, Scotland, on a hand-powered knit machine. I have always been extremely interested in Brutalist architecture and love to pair bright and bold colours with architectural shapes.

All my knitted products are made from 100% lambswool. I am passionate about sustainable living and as lambswool is a natural, sustainable and renewable fibre, it makes it my go to choice!

I graduated from Duncan Of Jordanstone College of Art and Design with a degree in textiles, specialising in Knitting. After graduating I went on to become Designer in Residence at the University, which meant I could use the facilities and help in the classes teaching others to knit. I was then given the opportunity to work at the university as the Knit and Stitch technician, covering a 6-month sabbatical leave. After a fabulous 6 months of teaching I decided it was time to go self-employed! Since graduating university, it was my dream to start up my own business – and here we are!

Please do not feel shy – drop me a message if you have any questions or queries about my work.