Our first give away is by the lovely Rosie's Armoire. Felicity saw her stand at 'Top Drawer' and thought we just have to have her exhibit at the Spring Fair! To find out more about Rosie's business click here. To win one of three of Rosie's purses answer this question: What are the two main species of roses which are used to produce rose oil? Please click here to send your answer. Winners will be announced on the 6th April.
The Selvedge Spring Fair will take place on the 2nd April and some of our exhibitors will be donating their wares to our ‘Spring Fair Competition’. The March/April edition of Selvedge looks at how small artisans are making their mark on the global economy, so we've asked them some questions to give you a glimpse into company practices, how they began, the best and worst decisions, and insider secrets, you’ll be able to download the interview for our featured exhibitors on the day we launch their competition.
We're delighted to announce that issue 39 is now available to purchase in the Selvedge shop and online. Subscribe or renew your subscription today and receive one of Amy Butler's patterns worth over £10. Amy's colourful, floral designs are a welcome treat and we have the Domestic Goddess apron, the Liverpool tunic or the Anna tunic to give away. The patterns cannot be chosen or exchanged but why not share or swap through the Selvedge Facebook page? Enjoy!
Country Living are inviting us to 'Celebrate Spring in Style' by visiting their Spring Fair, 23-27 March 2011. At the fair you'll find silk tea dresses; trinkets; homewares; handmade soaps and lots of lovely items for your home and garden. We have 10 tickets to give away, to apply please click here to enter your details... Winners will be announced 14 March. If you are unlucky then as a Selvedge reader you can purchase tickets for just £11.50 (usual price is £16) quoting the code CLSPRING2. Enjoy!
Dover Street Market's latest window display Clothes of the Land: Timeless Fashion, created by Egg, features the collection of costume designer and textile expert Bryony Thomasson, who began her career with a stall on Portobello Road. The display of homespun peasant clothing from 18th and 19th century France is part of Bryony's extensive collection which she gathered from her travels and adventures. The display will be on show until 14 March. Dover Street Market, 17-18 Dover Street, London, W1S 4LT