BLACK FRIDAY CYBER MONDAY WEEKEND OFFER
A free gift and 10% off all one year subscriptions and renewals. Valid from midnight 28th November to midnight 2nd December. Continue reading to find out what lovely textile treats you can choose from.
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We have one hundred sets of three Clarissa Hulse 100% silk lavender bags. With her signature botanical designs and opulent coloured silks, these little jewels are the perfect way to bring a touch of handcrafted luxury into your home. Each parcel has been hand-printed and individually wrapped in her London studio, and strung together in threes to create a beautiful gift. Prints vary, worth £20.
***Please note due to customs regulations we are not able to send Lavender bags outside Europe. Fort the rest of the world please choose another gift. ***
Simple, elegant and graphic, No-Mad’s textiles for interiors bridge the gap between the traditional Indian aesthetic and understated contemporary design. Using the Indian bull deity ‘Nandi’ as its muse, No-Mad have made a new tableware set exclusively for Selvedge. Each set includes a table runner measuring 150 x 50cm and four napkins measuring 50 x 50cm each. All pieces are made with 100% cool white cotton and are hand screenprinted in bold shade of red. Perfect for adding a splash of colour to a Christmas table, worth £74 each. www.no-mad.in
The Boma Cloth is a multi-purpose kitchen cloth in a fancy dobby weave, available in 12 earthy and vibrant colour combinations, each inspired by elements of the South African natural landscape: think shadows cast across a dry desert floor; rippled sand of a quiet wind-swept East Coast beach; the pink light of dusk reflecting off clouds in the sky; the silhouette of a baobab tree on a balmy moonlit night. 100% cotton. Designed, woven and made in South Africa. 40 cm x 70 cm. www.mungo.co.za
Annie Hurlbut is the founder of Peruvian Connection and a true kindred spirit. She shares the Selvedge passion for Peruvian textiles and for South American camelid fibre: alpaca, llama, guanaco and vicuña. Each with its own unique characteristics, which enhance the rich tradition of Peruvian textiles. Annie discovered extraordinary hand woven mantas and ponchos in the markets of Cuzco, the ancient capital of the Incas. Since a student at Yale University researching anthropology she has been a proponent of these remarkable textiles. Styles vary, either Chilca striped or Tattersall plaid blanket woven in Peru from Alpaca and wool. Each banket is 177x 147cm and worth £85.
We spotted this beautiful linen tablecloth in the Gudrun Sjödén catalogue. She is one of our favourite designers. Gudrun Sjödén’s work embodies Swedish design with a green soul. She produces a stunningly creative range of fashions and home textiles in beautiful natural fibres. This perfect tablecloth will set the scene for a dinner party or afternoon tea with its attractive Aralia print. The cloth measures 145 x 220cm, is made from100% linen, and is worth £79. www.gudrunsjoden.com
Casa Pedregal, designed by one of Mexico’s greatest architects, Luis Barragán, is located in Jardines del Pedregal in the south of Mexico City. Commissioned in 1951, it is his biggest house and the one that perhaps best consolidates the ‘Barragán Style’. Carefully restored by Cesar Cervantes, the house has been returned it to its original state and includes the original furniture and objects. Next to Casa Pedregal, in what were the horse stables for the house, is the Tetetlán cultural centre. Tetelán has a world class restaurant, café, library, and yoga studio, as well as a boutique introducing the best of rural Mexican craftsmanship to the city and the world. Tetetlán aims to be a platform for creative industries, and a space where the public can meet artists and artisans. We have one hundred Tetetlán commemorative canvas totes to give away.
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