Win Selvedge Spring Fair tickets and an Épice scarf!
On Saturday 25 March, Selvedge will take over the Tea Room in Bath’s 18th century Assembly Rooms for its seasonal Spring Fair. The fair will bring together some of the finest UK-based merchants and makers selling their rare fabrics and textile treasures, and will be the perfect place to find that special Mother’s Day gift.
Visitors to the fair will also get the chance to make their own fabric flowers in a series of workshops inspired by Natalie Chanin of Alabama Chanin, the US-based ethical textile and slow fashion movement.
Scroll down for your chance to win a pair of tickets…
Win this gorgeous jade scarf made by Épice
Folksy folk can enter a competition to win a special Selvedge goody bag containing one pair of tickets to the Spring Fair, a copy of the current issue of Selvedge magazine and a jade Épice scarf from the Selvedge store worth £72.95.*
Established in Paris in 1999 by Danish designers Bess Nielsen and Jan Machenhauer, Épice creates scarfs, shawls, bags and cardigans. The first collections were comprised of yarn-dyed woven shawls with embroidered decoration, and the first Épice store opened in Galerie Montpensier in the gardens of the Palais Royal in Paris in 2010. The lucky winner of this competition will receive one of their hand-woven scarves featuring a polka dot pattern in jade green.
2-for-1 entry to the Selvedge Spring Fair
Selvedge is also offering Folksy subscribers 2-for-1 entry to the Spring Fair. To take up this offer, head over to www.selvedge.org and use the code SVF17 when prompted.**
Selvedge Spring Fair
Saturday 25 March, 11am to 5pm
The Tea Room, Bath Assembly Rooms, Bennett St, Bath BA1 2QH
Enter the Competition
Terms and conditions:
*The competition winner must claim their prize in person at the Selvedge Spring Fair in Bath on Saturday 25 March 2017 **A maximum of 8 tickets can be purchased at one time.
Selvedge magazine is independently published and made with love six times a year. By supporting the magazine you are also supporting textiles all over the world. More information about the Selvedge Spring Fair and magazine can be found at www.selvedge.org