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Selvedge Magazine Jul 9
Issue 84 Surface: Feel-Good Fabrics. Preview the issue at
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Selvedge Magazine Jul 9
Issue 84 Surface: Feel-Good Fabrics. Preview the issue at
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Selvedge Magazine Jul 16
Issue 85 East now available for pre-order. Costume Drama:Textiles in the novels of Margaret Atwood | The China Syndrome:Sustainable Fashion in China | China Blue:Noel Chapman’s indigo collection | Magic Carpets Sigmund Freud’s collection | Find out more at
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Selvedge Magazine Jul 17
On display at Plymouth College of Arts annual Degree Show, emerging artists from the South West showcase their work to highlight how some of the freshest creative talents are flourishing outside of London
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Selvedge Magazine Jul 17
On display at Plymouth College of Arts annual Degree Show, emerging artists from the South West showcase their work to highlight how some of the freshest creative talents are flourishing outside of London
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Selvedge Magazine Jul 17
On display at Plymouth College of Arts annual Degree Show, emerging artists from the South West showcase their work to highlight how some of the freshest creative talents are flourishing outside of London
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Selvedge Magazine Jul 17
Uncut and undying: the glory of the Gongadi
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Selvedge Magazine Jul 17
The collaboration between the House of Chanel and Linton Tweeds is something special. A shared spirit of pure creativity
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Selvedge Magazine Jul 17
Vlisco: how Dutch wax resist fabric found a popular home in west and central Africa
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Selvedge Magazine Jul 17
Vlisco: how Dutch wax resist fabric found a popular home in west and central Africa
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Selvedge Magazine Jul 17
Flight Attendants: Skybound Craft Unites a City
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Selvedge Magazine Jul 17
Flight Attendants: Skybound Craft Unites a City
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TEXTILIS Jul 16
From the Archive: ‘Textile Observations from an 1841 Plan of Whitby’. | Including textile manufacturing, clothing, the alum trade & natural dyes, ca 1000 words…
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V V Rouleaux Jul 17
Great little piece by on the timeless tassel: ☺️
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Crafts magazine Jul 17
"I didn't really think of my work as Japanese before, but I think this idea of keeping things hidden beneath the surface comes from Japanese culture" Akiko Hirai, whose new show is now on at , tells us more about her work in our latest issue
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V&A Jul 17
Revolutionising old traditions into a new evocative style, Lolita emerged during the 1990s as a radical form of street style born out of the Japanese taste for cuteness.
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Ruth Allen Jul 16
One of my Campervan line drawings went to a new home. There is still time to visit the 'Into the Sea' exhibition
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Visit Bath Jul 15
The 's ongoing exhibition, A History of Fashion in 100 Objects, gives great insight into how wardrobes have changed over the centuries - check it out if you're after something to do in Bath this week! 👚👞👒 >
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Hand & Lock London Jul 16
“Embroidery art has been my healthiest and most effective coping mechanism for my mental health issues and reminded me that I am good at things!”
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Royal Needlework Jul 14
On Saturday 21 July join us at the Bath to discover the traditional hand embroidery technique of Silk Embroidery, inspired by Queen Mary's Shoes:
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