January Sale Highlightsby Selvedge Team
Selvedge’s winter sale continues until the end of January, with 20% off selected items, including back issues of the magazine, books from our store, the Selvedge 2020 calendar and print and digital subscriptions. Visit our January sale page to access all the sale items and enter code 2020 at checkout to redeem the offer. Here we look at a few sale highlights.
The Selvedge 2020 calendar
The Selvedge calendar features 12 beautiful textiles inspired by the pages of the magazine. For example, in February we celebrate darning samplers from The Netherlands, which were used to teach girls the useful skill of mending worn household textiles. In July we feature a tent handing from the The Tentmakers of Cairo. Their ancestors made the majestic traveling tents of the Ottoman Empire, and today they produce intricate appliquéd textiles that are unique to Egypt. And if you can stand to think that far ahead, December 2020 features the distinctive look of ikat from Uzbekistan.
Image credit: Nicky Onderwater, model Kim Noorda, hat by Yuki from Demure Amsterdam.
To get the biggest discounts, treat yourself or a friend to a Selvedge subscription. Until the end of January, you can get 20% off a print, digital or gift subscription to the bimonthly Selvedge magazine, for 12 months (six issues) or six months (three issues). Print subscriptions include access to the digital edition and delivery is included in the subscription cost. Every issue we explore our universal emotional connection to fibre and share the stories and values that mean the most to us.
The Selvedge book shop
Image: Kaffe Fassett Studio.
On our online store, we sell a curated collection of textile and craft books. Items in the sale include Kaffe Fassett's Quilts in the Cotswolds, the 21st instalment of Kaffe Fassett's ever-popular series of patchwork and quilting books, Threads of Global Desire: Silk in the Pre-Modern World, the first attempt at considering a global history of silk in the pre-modern era and French Fashion, Women, and the First World War.
To browse all items visit the January sale page.