Donna Wilson is a textile designer who kicks traditional home crafts into the 21st century. Her cloth dolls such as Edd Red head, which sports a enormous rouge head over a tiny body, are weird and wonderful, and are a complete departure from her more experimental items, including rugs she fashions from thousands of knitted glove fingers then casts into a layer of rubber. Her Nos Da collection of blankets and pillows she created for British retailer SCP fall between the two poles. Introduced in Milan, the pieces are made from wool spun and dyed in England, then woven in Wales at a mill that has been in the same family for over a century. The piece’s traditional double-cloth weave is a reminder of Britain’s great textile history: The method, in which a weft, or filling yarn, moves between two or more sets of weaving warps, dates back to 700AD. It also allows for complex patterns and surface textures.