Posted in March 2011

The Natural Store »

On March 31st, 2011 Michelle Zimmer wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

The Natural Store wants consumers to move beyond ‘token nods’ to sustainability and embrace ‘eco’ in all aspects of their life. And with their wide range of goods they can certainly help make that a reality. Click here to find out more about The Natural Store. To win a Natural Store product please answer the […]

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Jennifer Collier »

On March 30th, 2011 Michelle Zimmer wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

The intrinsic value of paper may be small but Jennifer Collier transforms this everyday material into something pretty and precious with a few careful folds and plenty of creativity. Click here to find out more about Jennifer Collier and her business. To win one of three paper sculptures please answer the following question: Akira Yoshizawa […]

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Folk at home »

On March 30th, 2011 Michelle Zimmer wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

If you can lose yourself in the wonder of a woven towel or slip into a reverie while contemplating a perfectly carved spoon then exploring the goods stocked by Folk at Home could take a long time. But Gina Portman won’t mind, her things are made “with care to last” and can stand the scrutiny… […]

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No regrets… »

On March 29th, 2011 Michelle Zimmer wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

Sackcloth gets a bad press – in ancient times a coarse garment and ashes were a sign of wrongdoing or repentance. Parna’s approach is much more upbeat, Kath Griffiths turns hardwearing and practical vintage linen and hemp grain sacks into simply lovely cushions- the only thing you’ll regret is not entering our competition… Click here […]

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It’s a Darling affair »

On March 25th, 2011 Katie Money wrote on the subject of Selvedge.

Put a spring in your step with the “It’s Darling!” Spring fair. Held in the beautiful City of Bath on 26th March, you’ll find a trove of stunning handmade jewellery and accessories, vintage china, handmade fashions and plenty of arts, all brought to you by independent vintage sellers and talented designers. This year at It’s […]

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