A Labour of Love


With summer finally making an appearance here in London, we remember with fond nostalgia the endless hazy days school holidays brought us as children. The quintessential summer break conjures up images of languid hours spent outside building tree houses, constructing daisy chains and partaking in the serious art of friendship bracelet-making. As a child, the humble friendship bracelet was incredibly symbolic - exchanged as a token of friendship or given tentatively to your first true love - and most importantly, as tradition goes, once the bracelet wears away and falls off, you are granted a wish. Friendshipb2 Here at Selvedge we love the Classic Friendship Bracelet Kits by Purl Soho, the innovative New York-based craft store famous for its bright, fun craft projects, books and haberdashery. The kits come in a variety of different colour combinations and have everything you need to make twelve bracelets - perfect as a gift for someone or to wile away those summer days. fb Purl Soho also has some great free tutorials on their website - reconnect with your inner-child and find out how to make Braided Friendship Bracelets at:

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