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Subscription Renewal to Selvedge

£36.00 GBP

Selvedge is a bimonthly textile magazine featuring textiles in fine art, craft, design, interiors and shopping. You will also have access to the digital issues.

Delivery of all issues is included in the subscription price. Please also select the payment method; a one time payment or a recurring payment which is discounted by 20%.

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A FREE GIFT FOR 3 YEAR SUBSCRIBERS: PLEASE SELECT ONE FROM OPTIONS BELOW. 

Apron by Volga Linen 

Since its establishment Volga Linen has continued as a family run, British company and its collection now includes European linen products and a drawn thread work range made in Russia. Linen has good ecological credentials. Flax needs less in the way of fertilizers and pesticides than most other crops – it is low input and therefore more environmentally friendly. It is also renewable with a short growing cycle, and every part of the plant is used for various purposes, meaning little waste. We have 50 beautiful Linen bib aprons to give away worth £49. www.volgalinen.co.uk

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Boma Cloth Kitchen Towel by Mungo

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

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Scarf by Ace & Jig

Working intimately with artisan weavers in India Ace & Jig’s yarn dye woven textiles are made with as much integrity as they are designed with. All their textiles begin as raw cotton. From there they work with a dyer who mixes multiple dyes and is able to get the exact shades without even measuring. These dyed skeins of fibre are dried in the sun and wound on a wheel concocted out of an old bicycle. Then the painstaking warping process begins. They start by making small weavings called handlooms, tweaking colour, texture, pattern, and handfeel until they get the fabric just right. ‘It's only once we look at the textile and get that magical feeling that we pass the final designs on to larger autolooms for production’. This issue Ace & Jig are offering a two-toned scarf that ties around the neck, worth, $125, to the first 100 three year subscribers. www.shop.aceandjig.com  

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