Posted in December 2010

On the seventh day of Christmas »

On December 31st, 2010 Gem Waggett wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

Hazel Stark’s seven swans a-swimming. We are so glad that this cob made it through the lime waters and into our Christmas window. Created by Hazel Stark of Craft Central, the swan has the same Scandinavian edge found in much of Hazel’s work. Her geometric patterned purses, cushions and totes can be found at the […]

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On the sixth day of Christmas »

On December 30th, 2010 Gem Waggett wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

Ella Robinson’s six geese a laying (without a feather in sight). Combining multicoloured yarn and an assortment of beads, our seasonal countdown gives a nod to the circus in this wooden panel contributed by talented RCA graduate Ella Robinson. www.ellarobinson.com

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On the fifth day of Christmas »

On December 29th, 2010 Gem Waggett wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

Katie Vale [of Anthropologie] and her five golden rings. Katie took a breather from dressing the beautiful windows of Anthropologie, London and sewed this jolly scene for Selvedge – not too dissimilar from the Archway Road we think? www.anthropologie.com or email katievale6@hotmail.com

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On the fourth day of Christmas »

On December 28th, 2010 Gem Waggett wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

Abigail Brown’s four calling birds. What else from Abigail but a charming flock of four feathered friends – hand-stitched in vintage fabrics they offer plenty of seasonal cheer. www.abigail-brown.co.uk

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On the third day of Christmas »

On December 27th, 2010 Gem Waggett wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

Rapture and Wright’s three French hens. Rapture and Wright, winners of the ‘Homes & Gardens Fabric award 2009′, hand printed these floral hens. They are now pecking about in our Christmas window… hopefully they’ll lay some golden eggs for prosperity and good tidings in 2011. www.raptureandwright.co.uk

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